A review and analysis of the meter, rhyme and story elements in the picture book The Gingerbread Man: Loose in the School by Laura Murray, illustrated by Mike Lowery.
Meter isn’t complicated, but there is a pervasive myth in the writing world that Meter is something you either “get” or “don’t get.” This is a not true. Meter can be learned. And even people who are intuitively good with meter don’t always know why. It’s best to know. Click here to see all the topics on METER.
While anyone who passed kindergarten knows what a rhyme is, there are things about using rhyme in picture books or poetry that you may not know. If you want to write well, its best to know them. Click here to see all the topics on RHYME
Anyone can write a children’s story. This is actually a true statement. However, just because anyone can write a children’s story doesn’t mean that the story is publishable. There are things you should be aware of if you want to write and publish a children’s story. Click here for a list of relevant topics.