We’re almost done. It’s Day 28 of Picture Book Idea Month (PiBoIdMo). Coordinated by Tara Lazar, this annual event asks writers to set a goal of coming up with 30 picture book ideas during the 30 days of November. Since I missed posting yesterday’s idea, I have two for you.
PICTURE BOOK IDEA #27: I’m stuck on alliteration today. Why? I don’t know. How about a book titled Pushy Penelope. Penelope is the type of kid who pushes herself into any game, any conversation, any situation. I figure it would be good to have her be in kindergarten. Since some kids don’t attend preschool, kindergarten could be children’s first exposure to different personalities on a regular basis. How would Penelope’s classmates react to her? How would she treat them?
PICTURE BOOK IDEA #28: How about Crabby Cathy? Cathy is a total crab. No matter what is going on around her, she’s a grump. What if a classmate plotted to change Cathy’s attitude?