by Attilio Guardo
Writing a story can be a fun but taxing thing to do, especially when you are writing one for children.
Compared to adults, young readers are generally harder to please in terms of their literary taste. To write a story that children will patronize, you need to be very creative and imaginative.
Your story should also be valuable enough to teach something to children.
Stubby and the Squirrel Community by Attilio Guardo is a great example of a story that is perfect for young readers.
It follows the journey of Stephan Rovernut as he fights for his position as the Mayor of the Squirrel Community against the claims of their least liked member named Sly Slick.
According to Sly Slick, Stephan Rovernut should be removed from the office on grounds of being deficient after losing his tail during a hawk attack,
which the community calls as the 'Incredible Injustice'.
In general, Guardo's book Stubby and the Squirrel Community contains a fun and fascinating story that can teach children some lessons about greed and justice.
If you want to create an entertaining and valuable story that would fit the taste of young readers like that of Guardo's book Stubby and the Squirrel Community,
then this article might be a help to you. Below are some useful tips on how to write a story that is perfect for children.
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