Picture book friends, attention! Here’s some great advice cleverly framed.
Category Archives: meter and rhyme
7 Things Children’s Book Writers Must Know
Great advice for writers of children’s books from Write4Kids!
7 Things Editors at Children’s Book Publishers Wish Writers Knew | Write4Kids!.
The Truth about Rhyme in Books for Children
Before you try to use meter and rhyme in a book for children, read this post from Tara Lazar. (Yes, you can do it, but…)
RhymeWeaver, Wider than a Smile (plus a giveaway!) | Writing for Kids (While Raising Them).
Common Problems in Rhyming Picture Book Manuscripts
If you are writing a rhyming picture book manuscript, it might be a good idea to read this excellent post right now. It warns you about common pitfalls and guides you toward success.
Picture Book Den: How *not* to write a rhyming picture book (or If it’s good enough for Old King Cole…) by Juliet Clare Bell..
The Meter Maids
If you need to learn to rhyme, this blog is sure to help. I heard about it on the Picture Book Idea Month Facebook blog.
Click on the link and mark it for future reference. It’s great for song writers, picture book writers (though picture books do not have to rhyme), and writers of limericks.