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Using Fairy Tales from Around the World to Craft New Children’s Stories – Infograph

Jan 17th, 2017 | By
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Fairy Tales from Around the World Authors of children’s stories often pull from mythology to help them craft simplistic morality tales. We’ve all heard about Cinderella, the Three Little Pigs, the Princess and the Frog, and Humpty Dumpty plenty of times, with in multiple iterations. We’ve even



Rewriting a Folktale

Mar 8th, 2016 | By
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When a writer’s muse seems to be on vacation, she may be at a loss for story ideas. While there are a number of sites and tools online to help get the creative juices flowing, one tool that writers might overlook is studying folktales. Reading folktales is a great way



Writing Ideas for Children’s Stories

Oct 18th, 2011 | By
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by freelance writer, children’s author, and Working Writer’s Club member Karen Cioffi Sitting at the computer with a blank word document in front of you may be intimidating for a writer. You just finished one manuscript and need to start on another, or you’ve hired out to ghostwrite a story.



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