Having lived with purile jokes, repeated ad infinitum toilet related gags and incredulous and improbable crime capers for the best part of 4 years and counting, I admit, I was both relieved and inwardly groaning when my 6 year old recently picked up the Dogman books.
The answer was not one I ever though my 8 year old would ever say: ‘I really liked the structure of the book, the way the chapters made sense.’
if you wanted a fictional yet actually useful How To guide to writing a kids book, for kids, this is it!
I’ll confess, we have the whole collection of this series (click here to see on Amazon), including the colouring book. The original You Choose and the You Choose in Space are massive favourites in our house – I think we must have read it every week for the last 3 or 4 years at leastContinue reading “Why ‘You Choose’ is a window into your child’s day”
What’s different…trying to critically evaluate books for how much they inspire creativity as well as critical thinking in my own (and maybe other) children