The spring 2009 issue of Alphabet Soup will be out in mid August and inside you’ll find a new writing tips column from the Book Chook!
‘But who is this Book Chook?’ we hear you ask.
The Book Chook is the secret identity of an Australian writer who loves to read, write, and dress up as a chicken. (Doesn’t everybody?) She enjoys reading great stories that make her laugh, and make her feel as if she’s right in the middle of the action.
She says: it’s exciting to join Alphabet Soup (Chicken Soup would not have been exciting at all). And I’m looking forward to chatting to kids about the craft of writing.
If you have a question about writing, email it to email@example.com and your question might appear in a future issue of Alphabet Soup!*
*If we use your question, we will only print your name, age and state/country in the magazine unless you advise us otherwise.
[Dear Readers, Just in case you’re wondering, the Book Chook is NOT ME! I do love reading, but my chicken costume hasn’t been worn in years … ~Rebecca – Alphabet Soup’s Editor.]
5 thoughts on “The Book Chook answers kids’ questions about writing”
I definitely think you should get that costume out of the cupboard and try it on again.
Go on! You’re not CHICKEN, are you?
I’m not chicken!
… it’s just that the beak gets in the way and makes it hard to read when I’m wearing it …
Who is tthe chicken?
Ah, the true identity of the Book Chook. Guess what – it’s possible to work it out on your own! (You didn’t think we’d make it easy for you, did you?! Come on – hone those researching skills!).
Comments are closed.