The 14 Rights Of The Child Writer. | literacyforpleasure

Daniel Pennac, in his book The Rights Of The Reader, created 10 rights for child readers and these can be viewed as a poster here.

In 2011, The National Writing project produced its own ten rights for writers which includes the following:
The right not to share.
The right to change things and cross things out.
The right to write anywhere.
The right to a trusted audience.
The right to get lost in your writing and not know where you’re going.
The right to throw things away.
The right to take time to think.
The right to borrow from other writers.
The right to experiment and break…

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