Why You Choose to Write for Children
By Nicole Borgenicht, author: The Kids of Dandelion Township
All children want to have fun and enjoy their youth. In this story the kids do not lose sight of their goals, and normal challenges that all kids face, but at the same time - they love life and the joy of childish thoughts, dreams and actions. It is through the story The Kids of Dandelion Township, that children learn about each of their feelings, comparative symbols in various holidays, crushes and other common experiences, that are in fact all similar in nature. Thus the story tells a fantasy tale of children who discover many things, but realize there is something bigger that guides us, than their personal desire. This is later seen as a cupid in the clouds, who then leads the children to a magic place. The importance of this symbol is simply that because a child has a great sense of positive understanding and compassion, it is still important to be open for spiritual signs of leadership in designing the right path for all to take. This in fact provides a world where oneness is everywhere, and while some children as with adults may be natural leaders, they know that we all look for or sense positive signs in our universe simultaneously or first.
Dedicated to these heartfelt themes, one day I got back to my fiction writing and realized I want to write for kids directly expressing all of my thoughts and visions through stories and characters. Thus this decision re-ignited my former love of reading great classics from my youth, and a thrill to return to what seemed my natural path - inventing the world as I see it.
The Kids of Dandelion Township on Amazon Books Written by Nicole Borgenicht, and Illustrated by Lisa M Griffin
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