7 Children's Books Written in Response to Other Books
Some authors write books because they have a way with words. Others write books because they have a story they want to share with the world. Then there's a third group.
A very popular children’s book can inspire others to write their own books, whether it’s an homage, parody, or even out of spite. Consider Dr. Seuss’s book The Lorax. When it was published in 1971, the logging industry was not happy... Read Post
While writing Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix, author J.K. Rowling created a hand-written outline to help track plot points across the timeline of the story. The book, which is the longest in the Harry Potter series and wa... Read Post