Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Writing by Diane Lindsey Reeves, Lindsey Clasen


Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Writing by Diane Lindsey Reeves, Lindsey Clasen

For kids who display a knack for turning a phrase, the written word can offer many satisfying career choices in a number of fields, such as book publishing, journalism, and library science. Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Writing, Second Edition offers a completely redesigned and updated hands-on tour of the many career options available in a number of exciting fields. Providing step-by-step self-assessment followed by a series of job profiles, this fresh new guide covers all the basics and provides resources for further research. Extensive photographs and illuminating interviews are also included to help kids find ways to explore their options as potential writing-related professionals. The career profiles include: author; book producer; editor; freelance writer; journalist; librarian; literary agent; and publicist.


This book is loaded with good information that acts like a road map for children who want to know what classes and experiences would be most helpful in order to pursue a career that interests them. It also is a good source for career/community worker assignments. - School Library Journal

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208 pages


Diane Lindsey Reeves, Lindsey Clasen
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15th December 2007



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