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Watch excessive use of adjectives, adverbs, and long descriptive passages. After you choose a point of view for a character, stick to it. If your character talks to himself or does a lot of wondering aloud, he needs a friend to talk to.
Tips for Writing Books for Younger Children The rules for writing books for younger children ages 2—8 are different from the rules for writing books for middle graders or young adults. Keep the following 12 commandments in mind.
Bad guys never win. The good guy must come out on top in the end. Extremes rule the world is black or white, not both — most children ages 10 and under can be quite literal. All characters should be drawn with both good points and weaknesses. No one is just one or the other — even the good and the bad guy.
Little people can triumph over big people. Turning things upside down is funny — as long as those things make sense in the first place right side up.
Magic can occur as a logical reaction to an action. Regular children can perform extraordinary feats. Regular children can go on implausible missions sanctioned or not by adults in charge.
Write books that have no real story nor a plot with beginning, middle, end. Use art that is totally inappropriate for the story or vice versa.