Crafting Picture Book Stories
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Transform Your Idea Into A Picture Book Story!

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Learn how to develop healthy work habits, brainstorm great ideas, and work on one idea until you turn it into a picture book story.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • A Creative Process for Developing Ideas Into Stories
  • The Elements of Story
  • What Makes a Great Story
  • Page Turns and Pacing
  • A Process for Revising Your Story 

THIS COURSE IS PERFECT FOR

  • Beginner writers who need story ideas.
  • Intermediate writers who are struggling with the messy middle.
  • Visual creators balancing words and images

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS

ARREE CHUNG

Arree Chung is an award-winning author/illustrator of Mixed and the founder of Storyteller Academy. Arree's Ninja! series has received starred reviews from Kirkus and School Library Journal. Kirkus also gave a starred review to Mixed, which recently won the FCGB award. Today Arree lives a creative life, making stories for children. Arree spends most of his time making picture books, writing middle-grade novels, and sharing his love for art, design, and storytelling with kids and dreamers everywhere.

 

ABI CUSHMAN
Abi Cushman is the author-illustrator of Animals Go Vroom! (Viking, 2021) and Soaked! (Viking, 2020), which was a Kids' Indie Next List Top 10 Pick. She has also worked as a web designer for over 15 years, and runs two popular websites of her own: MyHouseRabbit.com, a pet rabbit care resource, and AnimalFactGuide.com, which was named a Great Website for Kids by the American Library Association. Did you know that wombat poop is cube-shaped? You do now! And no, you’ll never un-know that.

 

In her spare time, Abi enjoys running, playing tennis, and eating nachos. (Yes, at the same time.) She lives on the Connecticut shoreline with her husband and two kids.