Writing for younger audiences isn’t the same as writing for adults. No matter what you’re doing, you need to take into account their age and reading level so that you can tailor the content and language to that specific demographic. Beyond this, writing for kids often means educating them, so you need someone who is familiar with age-appropriate lessons and ideas.
We have experience ghostwriting for a wide variety of age groups in works that were intended to be educational, entertaining, or a mix of the two — fantasy novels for teens, short stories for 7-10 year olds, a video designed to teach kids about dogs, and educational books for beginning readers. Here are just a few samples:
Teen Fantasy Novel Sample – From a ghostwritten project.
Excerpt from Book of Short Stories – From a ghostwritten project designed to teach 7-10 year olds about the Zodiac signs.
Cesar Millan Kids – An education resource developed for the non-profit organization run by TV’s Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan.
Spookles – Monster books for beginning readers, with vocabulary to learn in each story.
If you’re interested in learning more about hiring us to write on your project aimed at children, feel free to contact us.