How to write a book for children that is easy to read, yet entertaining and creative?
The answer, it turns out, is with a new book called Cranky Hole Book, by award-winning author Katie Stebbins.
Stebbs is the creator of the new book, which she launched on Kickstarter this week.
(In addition to her other books, she is also the author of the critically acclaimed book My Favorite Things: My New Favorite Things, which is available on Amazon, and is available through her blog.)
Here’s how to start.
Read the title.
(This is the first thing you need to do.
It might seem like a small step, but if you’re not familiar with how to use your brain, you might miss out on the magic.)
Create a short story.
(The easiest way to do this is to start with a paragraph or two that’s a summary of a theme, then expand it with short, descriptive sentences.
That way, you can have your story be a full-fledged story.)
Write a title.
Here are some suggestions.
Cranky Holes Book will be a book of short stories.
It’s not going to be a novel, though, and you won’t have to write the story down.
It will be something you can add to the book and read as you read it.
The idea is to create an experience that’s both engaging and memorable.
Create the cover.
You can use the same technique for an image that you use for your book title.
That’s the easy part, though.
Stibbins also has a list of creative ways to write about the book, like the “fartsy” or “cranky” logo.
The cover should be a simple geometric design with words on it, such as “crazy,” “crocky,” “crank,” or “funk.”
The cover also has to be simple enough to fit in your pocket, with a simple line drawn over the text, like “crack a hole.”
Write the cover design.
Stubbornly, Stibbs says that it’s best to start small.
“Start with a title that starts with a letter and ends with a number,” she says.
“Then start adding words, or words with numbers.
The point is to have a story that feels like it could be a story about a kid in a hole.
Then it’s just a matter of filling in the gaps, or filling in a lot of holes.”
Stibs suggests using one-word titles to describe the book’s characters.
If you can’t come up with a catchy title, you could try using the phrase, “A kid that cracks a hole,” she adds.
Put it on a blank page.
“It doesn’t have any background or background details to fill in. “
Just think of a blank canvas for your cover,” she explains.
“It doesn’t have any background or background details to fill in.
Just the idea of a child’s name.
It should be as simple as possible, and the book should be fun.”
Stubs recommends using a white background on a black background so that your kids can see it from the front.
She also suggests adding some kind of text to the front of the book.
“If you put some words, like, kids in the background, it will create an effect on the reader,” she suggests.
Write it down.
Stubby Hole Book will look something like this: “Crappy Holes book by Katie Stbbins.
This is the story of a kid with a hole, and how she uses the hole to learn.”
“This is a short, fun story that will be engaging and fun for kids of all ages.
I am the author.
It is available for $9.99.
Check it out.”
Stubbs recommends that you write the cover and the title of the story, but not the text of the cover, as you would if you were creating a book.
If you’re writing a story for a younger child, you may want to include a picture of the child in the story.
If the child doesn’t like the cover or the text and doesn’t want to read it, he or she can put the book on his or her lap.
“As long as it looks good and it’s fun, kids will want to take it,” Stubs says.
Create your cover.
Here’s what you’ll need to start: A blank page for your story.
Stbs recommends a blank, white-colored canvas, such the one you used for the title and the cover of her book.
You’ll also need a pencil and some paper.
Use a marker and a pen to write down the words on the page.
(You can also use the black and white version of the picture on your page