If you know any child who enjoys creating stories, here are two websites that allow him or her to see a story in print and get feedback from peers.
1. Storybird.com lets children build illustrated stories by dragging and dropping artwork and adding your own text. Electronic stories are free. Print options cost money depending on what you want.
2. youngwritersonline.net allows writers in their teens and twenties to post, discuss and critique work online from an active community of peers.
Don’t let your child’s creativity go to waste. Check out these sites and let imaginations soar. Happy Writing!