Learn POV. Switching points of view, bounces the reader, like a tennis ball slamming across the court, back and forth from one character to another. Such exercise makes it hard for the reader to settle on one character to love and root for.
Here's the latest article from the Writing for Children site at BellaOnline.com:POV -- Types of Narrators
A look at the three most common points of view in children's fiction.
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May 3 2008 Writing for Children Newsletter
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