Unlock your child's imagination with these creative writing books, packed with tips and ideas to inspire.
An engaging handbook with all the help you need to write better stories, blogs, scripts and poetry, with lists of inspiring words and tips on editing and grammar. See how well-known writers put techniques into practice, and try out ideas on the jotting pages. This is a book no young writer should be without. Find out more...
These write-in activity books help children create their own stories and comics through inspiring tips and activities that will let their imaginations run wild.
A truly creative book that is bound to inspire the JK Rowlings and Jacqueline Wilsons of the future tBk magazine on Write your own story book
A colourful write-in book for young children, full of curious characters, unusual places and exciting ideas to help them write imaginative stories. This book takes children on a story-writing journey, showing them how to develop characters, plot the beginning, middle and end of a story and create dramatic twists. With fun activities for inspiration, including word games, ‘story mazes’ with ideas for plot twists and writing diary entries for characters, as well as tips on writing descriptively and using similes and metaphors. A fun and creative book that will spark inspiration and let children’s imaginations run wild.
This inspiring book will unlock children’s ideas for writing stories, poems, comics, blogs, reviews, movie scripts and more. As well as activities for writing compelling story outlines, dialogue and lively characters, there are tips for writing horror stories, romance and thrillers, and even shock journalism. With lots of space to write in – but no scary blank pages.
An exercise book with a difference... Get your little one's creative juices flowing The Independent review of Creative Writing Book
Write a story about a character with an amazing super power. Don't forget to include a weakness and powerful enemy to make the story exciting!
Browse all Usborne dictionaries and thesauruses, to help your child find the right words for their stories.