By Marissa Moss
Amelia is so excited that Nadia, her BFF from again in California is coming to go to. She's definite that Nadia and Carly, her BFF in Oregon are going to actually get on well and they'll have an exceptional week jointly. difficulty is Nadia and Carly can't stand one another and Amelia is trapped within the center. whilst your most sensible associates are warring how do you decide facets? Who's her actual BFF now?
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Writing for the Primary School Educational Market Definition – Educational publishers Publishers of schoolbooks: fiction and non-fiction written almost exclusively for use in schools. I’ll never forget the first book I learnt to read at school: Little Red Hen. It was part of a reading scheme and I can still remember every word. There were only 12 of them, but having mastered them one by one, I knew I’d cracked the magic code. Jeanne Willis (Harcourt Reading Information Leaflet 2007) Writing for the educational market has many positive aspects, and just one of these is the impact you can make if your book is one of the first in a child’s life.
Word count – how many words per spread. There will be meetings to discuss any ideas the writer may have about layout, and the writer will be asked to present a few sample spreads. If a packager is involved, this will also be sent on to the publisher who will sometimes try to test the market, looking for co-editions to make sure that the books will sell beyond the home market. Creating a non-fiction book can be expensive, so the publishers need to be sure the project is commercially viable. The illustrator chosen will depend on the publisher or packager, and also on the budget.
To get some ideas, look at children around you; think about kids you remember from school; talk to the children of friends and family members. Make sure your characters reflect their different natures. If at all possible, each child who reads your books should feel a connection to one of the characters, feeling that that character is just like them. Here are some things to consider: • • • • • • • Gender Age Race Family Self-confidence Academic ability Manual skills You might want to feature one or more of the following: • • • • • • • The ‘geek’ The popular child The strong personality The girly girl The tomboy The shy one The daring extrovert 32 Writing a Series With age, it’s usually good to try and keep the characters within a year or two of each other – or else you need to find a reason why they would be much younger, for example a younger sibling or relative or a step-brother or sister who always has to tag along (and perhaps always gets into trouble).