Brittany Pomales Kidlit Haha Week Kidlit Haha Week Day #1: 5 WAYS TO FIND HUMOR IN THE EVERYDAY with Jason Perkins

Kidlit Haha Week Day #1: 5 WAYS TO FIND HUMOR IN THE EVERYDAY with Jason Perkins

TBM 56/52: The NPS Effect - by John Cutler

29 thoughts on “Kidlit Haha Week Day #1: 5 WAYS TO FIND HUMOR IN THE EVERYDAY with Jason Perkins”

  1. Yes, yes, yes!! Epic first post to kick of Kidlit Haha Week! Thanks for sharing, Jason and thanks for organizing, Brittany!

  2. I love everything about this, but the Venn diagram has to be my favorite! Thanks for the tips!

  3. Thank you! I especially agree with your observation about children having little control over their own lives. It’s helpful to remember that feeling of powerlessness, whether we’re writing humor, SEL, or something else.

  4. Great tips! I love the venn diagram idea. I would have never thought of that. This blog gives me a lot to Pinder for some of my stories that need some work. Thanks!

  5. I love how you incorporated the venn diagram! I love using them. I have a humor MS I’m working on with two topics – one relatable, one new – and I’m definitely going to incorporate using this strategy.

  6. Great post and thank you so much for all you shared, Jason! I especially liked the point you made about the perfect ending so often being tied back to heart in (maybe *especially* in) humor picture books! Looking forward to reading your book now–off to get ahold of a copy!

  7. Some great tips written up in a fun, memorable way. Venn diagrams and liquid diets–I love it. You rock.

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