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Having trouble creating tension between your characters? I am. Thankfully, Linda Crotta-Brennan, a friend of mine who also happens to be an awarding winning author, suggested I read Frog and Toad are Friends, by Arnold Lobel, as an example.

Frog and Toad are best friends, yet they are opposites in many ways. These differences create the perfect tension for a book. Lobel shows us how Frog is much happier than Toad. On the first day of spring, Frog is excited and runs to his friend's house.

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Marcia

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