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This book is for young writers looking for inspiration and ideas to get them started on a fabulous new story. It's full of tips and ideas to spark the imagination.

Kids will learn how to use familiar settings, situations and characters to spark great story ideas.

"10 Top Writing Tips For Kids: What to Write About" is also a great classroom resource for teachers.

"No matter what ability level or age, Dee's tips will help writers build their skills and gain confidence."

Susan Stephenson
Writer and Book Reviewer

Published: Dee White on
ISBN: 9780987421227
List price: $2.99
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