'Butterflies writing for caterpillars'
Dr Nicky Browne examines how writing for children differs to writing for adults.
The Guardian: Martin Amis
Read the full 2011 article from The Guardian as referenced by Nicky Browne in the lecture above.
Dr Nicky Browne
Dr Browne has published eight books for young children and nine novels for older children with Bloomsbury. A tenth novel should be out this year. Her work has been nominated for many awards including the Carnegie medal. She has extensive teaching experience and a PhD in Creative Writing.
Do you want to learn how to write for children? Our Writing for Children virtual class will explore the basic linguistic, stylistic and thematic features that characterise good children’s writing. You will consider the core skills needed to write a great book. Through reading, discussion and practical writing exercises you will uncover the secrets of successful writing for young readers (aged eight to twelve.)