How to Write (2)

I’ve written a buncha fractured fairy tales and two are available this year: I THOUGHT THIS WAS A BEAR BOOK and LITTLE RED GLIDING HOOD. (That was totally unplanned! The picture book gods arranged it.)

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In the video below, I offer my favorite tips for creating your own fractured fairy tales, whether you’re a kidlit writer, a teacher/educator or a 2nd grader. Below that is a PDF version with more tips and a link to a Pinterest board of more than 100 suggested fractured fairy tale picture books.

It’s a fractured fairy tale flurry of fabulousness! (Interestingly, none of my tips have to do with alliteration.)

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How to Write a Fractured Fairy Tale PDF:

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Fractured Fairy Tale Picture Books Pinterest:

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Teachers, leave a comment about your favorite fractured fairy tale and I’ll randomly select FIVE commenters for a FREE CLASSROOM SKYPE VISIT! I’m in a land far, far away but you’ll remember our Skype visit happily ever after! (Bwaaa haaa haaa!)

Contest ends September 21st and visits will be scheduled for October.

Good luck!