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Write your own Children’s Book

Submitted by on February 10, 2012 – 12:35 amNo Comment

For the past two years I have been working with some amazing teens writing children’s books, in the nonprofit teen leadership organization Playing for Others.  Although I have written two journal books of my own, these teens have re-taught me the value and potential of keeping a fresh and creative perspective.  Everyone possesses creativity.  You just need a nurturing environment to follow through.  You can do it!  Or as they say at Playing for Others, “You can choose.”


In this episode, author Blair Brown Hoyt shows how we can all write our own children’s book.
by: DailyConnection Videos

The Lost Daisy‘ is written by teenagers at Playing for Others and is available at Amazon as well as a bookstore near you!

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