Make sure lines have the same syllable counts and rhythms.
Ask the craziest questions you can think of. While the sequence and rhythm of events is very important, please keep in mind that not all stories have the same structure.
Keep this book on the shelf with other stories and encourage the child to read it to you. If it's bad, throw it away and start something else, or try revising it.
Who are the characters? So how do you find the time to write?
Write a basic outline for your story Once you have decided your target audience, it is time to outline the plot and write the first draft of your book. Read the kinds of stories you want to write, and any other stories you like.
Will their main character be a child, an adult, or even an animal? What happened to the characters once their conflict became resolved? She would compose sentences in her head as she drove, and jot them down during red lights.