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Draw on your first experiences to create great storylines.

Few things are more touching than thinking about a child facing an experience for the first time. Many books out there are about the first day at school, but you may be able to write a better one. Or you can write about other firsts, such as first haircuts, first crushes, first bicycle rides, first sleepovers, first times in the principal’s office, or first trips to the dentist.

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