Marsha Kay Ottum Owen last edited by Marsha Kay Ottum Owen
My project has a rhyming conversation. In the Illustrating Children's Book class she suggested using different fonts or italics and standard to show the different people talking. I'm assuming that I would not need any other punctuation showing the dialogue? It would look weird to me. Here's a sample of a verse (it will be repeated in this pattern through most of the book.)
Mom, Uncle Carl has a chicken on his head!
A chicken on his head?
Yes, a chicken on his head.
The chicken isn't dead it's just sitting on his head.
Of course I didn't show it with two fonts because I don't know how to do that on this forum. You'll have to use your vivid imaginations. No quotation marks, right? Also I had the second to the last line in parentheses before but I don't think I need to do that either.