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What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird
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What's Your Storybird: How to use Storybird

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August 1-31 Wake County Public Libraries will be holding a children's story writing contest. Part one is to create a story on Storybird. More info about the contest at …

August 1-31 Wake County Public Libraries will be holding a children's story writing contest. Part one is to create a story on Storybird. More info about the contest at www.wakegov.com/libraries/events/storybird

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  • 1. What’s Your Storybird? <br />Write a Children’s Story<br />Have It Published!!<br />Part I: How to <br />Create a Storybird<br />
  • 2. Go to www.storybird.com and select “Sign up”. <br />
  • 3. Select either Regular user or Kid (under 13) user. Create Username, Password, and select “Create your Account”.<br />
  • 4. Next you will need to go to your email address to confirm your account. The email will contain a link, which will bring you back to Storybird already logged in.<br />
  • 5. The link sent in the email will bring you to this page. Select “Jump in!” to start creating your book.<br />
  • 6. The first step is to select an artist. We’ll select “Hierarchy of Music” by andymcnally.<br />
  • 7. Here we get a chance to see some of his artwork. Select “Start a Storybird”.<br />
  • 8. This is the storymaker. Drag illustrations onto the canvas, &amp; then write the story in the text boxes. You can add additional pages at the bottom.<br />
  • 9. When you’re finished, select “Menu” &amp; then “Publish this Storybird…”<br />
  • 10. Before publishing you can write a short summary of the book and select appropriate age range. Make sure to set the story to “public”. Then select “Publish”.<br />
  • 11. You have now finished and published a Storybird!<br />

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