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Stan Lee’s Kids Universe Now Available Through myON Catalog

onceuponatimeStan Lee’s Kids Universe, a digital children’s book imprint from POW! Entertainment and 1821 Media, has teamed up with myON, a vast collection of enhanced digital books for students, in order to bring their catalog to the myON platform.

Here is more about the partnership from the press release:

With the agreement, students across the country will have access to read digital versions of Stan Lee’s Kids Universe books, including Monsters Vs. KittensReggie The VeggieOnce Upon A Time There Was A PigHero Petz, as well as future titles that will be released from the label in the coming months. The announcement was made today during the opening day of Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo. Read more

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Novel Writing: Editing Your Draft

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Stan Lee Shares Children’s Book Writing Advice

The legendary comic book creator Stan Lee recently founded his own children’s book imprint with 1821 Comics and Terry Dougas (pictured, with Lee).

Stan Lee’s Kid’s Universe introduces a host of new storybook characters and brings Lee’s comic book legacy to a new generation of readers. We caught up with Lee for an email interview, getting his advice about creating the best books for kids. He shared these essential elements:

Colors and fun characters are essential in capturing children’s attention and sparking their imagination. Then, a creative story that takes these characters on an exciting, educational journey to make children care about these characters and engage them on a deeper level.

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