Family Matters: What goes into the writing of children's books
Children books form the better part of a child’s development. In this week’s Family Matters we look at what the authors of children's books go through when writing these books and what their books intend to achieve.
CapeTalks Pippa Hudson spoke to Alan Glass, author of Oliver’s Outline and Gary Hirson, author of The Magic That’s Ours.
Olivers Outline is about a little boy with anxiety, because I was a very anxious child. But as an adult you have the ability to recognise what the issues are and deal with them in some way.Alan Glass, author of Oliver’s Outline
The Magic That’s Ours came out in 2007 and is now just being translated in isiXhosa and IsiZulu. Its about a brother and sister that meets Imagination. He goes on to explain about this gift we all have which is imagination from where the seed of all creativity flourishesGary Hirson, author of The Magic That’s Ours.
The book was written for parents that instead of putting their children down in front of the TV they could read them a short section of the book and leave them to do one of the fun time activitiesGary Hirson, author of The Magic That’s Ours.
Listen to the full conversation on The Pippa Hudson Show: