Young writers Kids

Getting published

Do you love telling stories, writing poetry or drawing cartoons? Here are some great tips as well as a few ways to get your work published.

Launch Pad

Where Young Authors and Illustrators Take Off! This online magazine publishes stories, art, poetry, nonfiction, and book reviews by kids ages 6-14.

Stone Soup

A print magazine that is published six times a year and accepts writing and illustrations from kids ages 8 - 13. Check out this magazine at Sno-Isle Libraries.

‚ÄčSkipping Stones

An international magazine that supports global diversity and publishes stories in all languages.

NaNoWriMo

The National Novel Writing Month Challenge Young Writers Program happens every November. The challenge is to begin on Nov. 1 and write a novel in a month. Your whole family and friends can join in the excitement.

Tips on writing

Writer Power

Get advice on how to write and create story structure from Newbery Award-winning author Linda Sue Park.

Poetry Power

If you want to write a poem right now or find poem starters, Newbery Honor-winning poet Joyce Sidman has loads of ideas.

Sno-Isle Resources: Books for Young Writers & Cartoonists

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