#BlogShare How to Write Children’s Books in 15 Easy Steps (with examples) — Aaron Mullins

How to write children’s books? To write, edit and publish a children’s book you must choose an age range for your idea, create popular story characters and then illustrate your book. Children’s books can be self published or you can submit them to traditional kid’s book publishers.

How to Write Children’s Books in 15 Easy Steps (with examples) — Aaron Mullins

Ten Little Dogs by Ruth Brown

Oh, how cute is this charming counting book for children featuring ‘Ten Little Dogs’ written and illustrated by Ruth Brown. Read the review below from Get Kids into Books.

Get Kids into Books

Published by Scallywag Press, 2021.

Ten Little Dogs is a beautifully illustrated count-down book featuring ten utterly gorgeous puppies. We see them at play, enjoying a meal, and having a snooze. They are adventurous and inquisitive, mischievous and full of boundless energy. There are all sorts of breeds and Sam and I had lots of fun choosing our favourite pups.

As the book counts down from ten to one, it introduces the concept of one less. The clever use of rhyme and page turn will help children guess then learn which number comes next. Each page has a spot the difference element too as you look to see which dog is missing.

The book is lots of fun because of the puppies’ playful antics. We frequently see them getting into trouble: they are chased by bees, drenched by a hose and one even gets stuck between two trees.

The illustrations…

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