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I am currently writing and illustrating a children's book on nap time for my cat and where he finds places to sleep.
It started as a picture book in which I drew all the beds and cozy places that he has in the house.
The pictures turned out great, there is one in my gallery, but I am becoming leery of the writing. I started out by writing verses that rhymed. That seemed hard enough, but when I sent it to my editors they rejected the verses as not yet done.
I am wondering if it is such a specialized area of writing that one must think like a child in order to "get it!"
Any comments or ideas.
Would anyone be interested in reading a couple of verses to help me steer this ship?
Thank you in advance for any consideration.