Fictional Children's Book FINAL DRAFT directions

Fictional Children's Book FINAL DRAFT directions

*Do not begin on this part until Mrs. Hull has approved the words for your final draft!

6th Grade Fictional Story Project - A Children’s Book -- Final Draft

Directions: Make any necessary changes to the rough draft of your story words, and turn it into an illustrated children’s picture book. You can use a report cover with a clear cover, staple paper together, or any other way you can think of to create a book with words and pictures on each page. Use a real children’s book as your guide.  

  • You may type or neatly write the words on each page.
  • You must hand draw your own pictures - they can be simple! The only exception to this, is that you personally use drawing software on a computer to make your own unique images.
  • You may NOT use binder paper (or any other lined paper) but you can use any other plain paper for your pages - computer paper, card stock, construction paper, etc.

Your completed children’s book must include:

__ Illustrated front cover with author’s name

__ Title Page inside (see a real book for an example)

__ Pages of the story with words on pictures on each page

__ Back cover: 

  • a short book description or review (3-5 sentences) 
  • “About the Author” paragraph (1-3 sentences.)

Completed book is due on:

January 11th

1 comment (Add your own)

1. Matt wrote:
This project was really fun to make!

Wed, January 9, 2019 @ 2:08 PM

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