How to create a great children's biography :fire: ( (The author told…
How to create a great children's biography :fire:
They made the sentences short and easy to read but they got the point said.
It's very broad it talks about the normal day not specific days.
She put his life in sequence from his boyhood to his elderly stage. :
The story included action.
It includes his research but makes it very simple so it's easier for kids to read.
make it intresting
make it so it is not to confusing for the reader to read
use more simple words
The author includes flashbacks to when the person is a child.
The author includes a spucific thing the person did to help or why he or she is famous.
It is easy to figure out why the person inspires us
The author states specific dates and explains what happened then.
Could inspire someone to do something almost like that
The author put some very specific detail in the "Heart" of the story and no real detail in the other parts.
Added more than what the main idea of the story was about so we have an idea of what their life was like.
Added what they felt and how other people acted to their strong emotions.
lots of description.
Make sure you give the reader a little bit of background knowledge instead of just going straight into the story.
it has a lot of words for kids like me to
she had understanding words along with understanding pictures
The book has dates and what he did for a career and what he did when he was a kid and his hobbies and what he liked and how he did what he did it has his whole life time. :maple_leaf:
Includes a timeline
They would put quotes, dioalodge and actions.
Have a primary source so the reader knows that it is true. It could be a diary or a letter.
Puts quotes of some stuff that the person they are writing about said.
Facts about when they were born or if they died when they died or how they died. :
It starts when they were a kid and then goes to when they were an adault.
The author told of one time when she got the inspiration to do things
The author did not tell what she did later in life at the beginning of the story except at the end
The author was very discriptive
The Author gave pictures to help the readers understand what is happening