Don’t think for one moment little folks are an easier audience than adults. Young people expect superb stories that hold their interest and showcase young heroes just like them. Books that have exciting storylines and weaved-in light, moral issues, frequently win over the pickiest little critic.
1. Create an exciting story.
2. Moral lessons are good to incorporate.
3. Determine the age group of your audience.
4. The style and flow of your story should be predetermined.
5. Use age-appropriate words, yet, allow your audience to expand their vocabulary.
6. Stories for kids should include kids.
7. Allow your imagination to fly.
8. Watch how children talk and interact with one another.
9. Put yourself in a child’s place.
10. Embrace ordinary ideas from a unique character’s perspective.
11. It’s a good idea to have a happy ending.
12. Read other children’s books for ideas.