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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Story Element #1: CHARACTER

Story Element #1: CHARACTER
Welcome to STORY ELEMENTS, the place to learn about the top 10 elements of the writing craft. The craft of writing picture books includes: character, conflict, plot, dialogue, theme, pacing, word play, patterns, rhyme, and beginnings and endings. The first five also relate to novels; the last five are specific to picture books.

This page is dedicated to Story Element #1: CHARACTER. The following list includes all the books I've shared online to help learn about character. Enjoy!
  1. Baloney (Henry P.) by Jon Scieszka
  2. A Penguin Pup for Pinkerton by Steven Kellogg
  3. Woe is Moe by Diane Stanley
  4. Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton
  5. Too Many Turkeys by Linda White

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