Five characteristics of a great children’s book
Part of writing well is analyzing what works in the stories I admire, love, and that stick in my mind long after I read them.
In May, Publishing Perspectives organized “What Makes a Children’s Book Great?,” a half-day event hosted by Scholastic Inc. For more insight about the topic from publishing experts and authors at the event, read this post by Dennis Abrams at Publishing Perspectives.
Richard Robinson, President and CEO of Scholastic Inc., shared these characteristics of what makes a children’s book great.
A great book:
- Contains a simple and original idea presented with clarity and great power.
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