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    This Writer’s Life: Write a Shoe Story!

    This Writer’s Life: Write a Shoe Story!

    ...a free, printable Shoe Story PDF with the creative writing activity for young writers right here: About This Writer’s Life The goal of This Writer’s Life is to show young...
      This Writer’s Life: Explore YOUR Story!

      This Writer’s Life: Explore YOUR Story!

      ...Any maker won’t want to miss this! There’s a free, printable PDF with the “Explore Your Story” activity right here. About This Writer’s Life The goal of This Writer’s Life...
        This Writer’s Life: I AM WRITING ACTIVITY

        This Writer’s Life: I AM WRITING ACTIVITY

        ...her journal to record ideas—and how you can too! There’s a free, printable PDF with the “I Am” activity right here. About This Writer’s Life The goal of This Writer’s...
          This Writer’s Life: All About Endings!

          This Writer’s Life: All About Endings!

          ...activity right here:   About This Writer’s Life The goal of This Writer’s Life is to show young writers what writing looks like from the inside with honesty, tips, and...

          KidLit TV Team Member Profiles

          ...Foundation and SCBWI, the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She is a member of The Writers Guild of America, East and Chair of the Society of Illustrators’ Founders...

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            On Reading: The One Thing All Writers Do

            On Reading: The One Thing All Writers Do

            ‘Beginning writers,’ says Tom Bailey, ‘must read (note that I mean must, a word I have studiously avoided throughout this book – reading is the one thing all writers do!).’...