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More Than Ten Great Sources for Storylines

Emotional and behavioral growing pains can become storylines.

Children experience new and powerful emotions all the time and don’t know how to handle them. Some children seem to just barely survive, whereas others make these experiences seem easy. But wouldn’t it be great if there were wonderful stories starring a relatable someone who has to deal with these same issues in their own lives?

Some favorites include feeling shy, being left out, losing a friend to a different clique, having a disability, experiencing fears, and dealing with mean kids.

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