You will learn:
How to create an engaging narrative voice for young readers
An overview of the current picture book market in Australia
How to structure a text for young readers
What makes a great relationship between words and illustrations
How to pitch a picture book
- A copy of your current favourite kids picture book
- an idea for a picture book
- (please don't bring along an already finished text!)
- notebook and paper
- a laptop or a phone for research
About Maxine Beneba Clarke
Maxine Beneba Clarke is an Australian writer of Afro-Caribbean descent. She is the author of the multi-award winning short fiction collection Foreign Soil, the critically acclaimed memoir The Hate Race, and numerous poetry collections. Her children’s picture books include When We Say Black Lives Matter, Fashionista, Wide Big World, and the Boston Globe/Horn Prize-winning and CBCA shortlisted The Patchwork Bike.
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