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Writing Prompts for Kids: 24 Writing Prompts to Spark Ideas for a Year - A Child's Writing Journal (Writing for Kids) (Volume 1) Diary – November 19, 2015
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
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From the Author
I created this book for those children who love to write but need organizational help, and for those kids who aren't fond of putting pencil to paper.
It's also for the parents. This year, I was looking around online for something to give my very creative ten-year-old daughter for Christmas. There was nothing that hit all the marks of what I wanted.
A wise person once told me, "If you can't find the book you want, create it." So, here it is!
I hope you and your child enjoy this book. I made it big enough to write in, yet kept it small enough for them to carry around in a backpack or their hands.
From the Inside Flap
A note for parents:
I created this guided journal for all the kids out there who love to write. Inside, you'll find writing prompts, guided creation questions, doodle pages to spark storytelling visually, pages to write their stories on, and pages where your child can create their own book covers.
It's suitable for children between the ages of 7 and 12. After that, they get a little too mature for these kinds of prompts.
Give them colored pencils or markers and let them go crazy.
I'd love to read the stories and see the book covers! Share the covers on Twitter and tag me:
To share the stories, take a photo and share on my Facebook page:
I hope your children enjoy using this journal, and I hope you hang on to it as a keepsake from their youth.