Do your kids like to get crafty? Maybe they'd like to create a book of their own, detailing the adventures they enjoyed over their March Break. Or maybe they have a make-believe story they'd like to tell.
Children’s books are one of the fastest-growing categories in self-publishing. Parents and teachers like Rebecca Kee have discovered that kids can be authors too. Check out the video at that link to see how Miss Kee used Blurb Books as a teaching tool in her second grade classroom. It's pretty cool!
Children are motivated to do their best when they have an end goal in mind. Helping them to create a personalized book is the perfect way to keep them engaged during March Break. Help them to combine images and text to tell the tale of their own adventures, or encourage them to create their own drawings and use them to illustrate a story of their creation. You may have a budding author in your home, or at least encourage some journalling.
With Blurb, you have complete creative control over your book with a wide variety of types from which to choose. You can even turn your book into an ebook with videos starring your little ones. With colour photo books starting at just $12.99, kids can even use their piggy bank money to create one.
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