Today on Mystery Mondays we have Ann Morris. She’s sharing her experience with Children’s Books. She’s tackling a subject we haven’t covered yet, so get ready for an interesting read.
Ann (Ana) Morris on Using Mystery in Children’s Books
Who likes a good mystery? Many of us do. A good mystery maintains interest and allows the reader to speculate and test his/her deduction skills based on the clues given. I’ve always loved a good mystery.
How many of you have thought about children liking mysteries? Not the scary ones. Children are dipping their toes in the waters of reading, and dangling a carrot before them to keep their interest may be an excellent way to encourage their continued love of reading.
Children are by nature curious and love to explore. Many things…
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