Happy Halloween to those who celebrate!
I'm sure you've been just as busy as I have! All my projects were due the end of October, and so I've been swamped with homeschooling and writing and keeping up with normal wife/mother duties.
I can share one project with you that has involved my whole family! I've been revising "Korean for Kids Flash Cards" by Tuttle Publishing.
My part has been writing activities, songs, and revising what they previously had. My daughter has drawn paper dolls for one of my activities, and this will be her first time having illustrations published. My son has helped me type words in Korean and developed scripts. At age 9 his Korean is more fluent now. And my husband sang three Korean children's songs to go with my activities as well as making sure all our Korean words were correct. This kit will be re-published in March with my name on it as the reviser.
Anna's drawing tool/toy came in handy for making paper dolls. The device has a light underneath, and so she was able to make sure each doll and clothing were the right sizes. Thanks, Anna!
Maybe you writers will come across a writing project that involves your family. It's quite fun to get everyone involved and have a sense of ownership.
Enjoy your fall activities!
Do you want to learn how to write a guided reading book like the one pictured? I'm a guest blogger at Nancy I. Sander's Blogzone. Come join me there if you'd like to learn about guided reading levels and the writer. Nancy has been teaching us how to submit to a specific educational publisher, Kaeden.
Tina M. Cho, children's author
I'm a children's author and freelance writer for the educational market. Welcome!