Here’s how you can mark stories created by children. It’s easy-peasy.
Once you publish the story,
these details filled by you will appear on the last page of the book
(as shown below). The thumbnail of the story will also be labelled as ‘Created by Children’. Stories created by children can be easily found if searched under ‘Created by Children’ via the Publisher filter.
the child’s story has already been published on StoryWeaver and you now
want to mark it as a child’s story – don’t worry, it’s not too late.
All you’ve got to do is:
Here is an example of a child-created story.
If you have more questions, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to guide you through this process.
To read, translate and create stories for children in any language of your choice, log on to https://storyweaver.org.in.
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