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  • 1. Step One:Choosean agegroup
  • 2. Step Two:Choosea theme Appearances
  • 3. Step Three:Choose the characters
  • 4. Step Four:Write the book
  • 5. Step Seven:Read mybook to thechildrenand havethemillustrate
  • 6. Step Five: Email, proofread, and write the final draft
  • 7. Step Six: Find an illustrator
  • 8. Step Eight: Make the cover
  • 9. Step Nine: Bind the book and make copies for the kids
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  • 11. Thank You