This chapter describes making the readers to be overwhelmed with visual stimuli in the form of pictures and photographs that support the printed text. It also explains that the graphics can come in the form of real art work, digital images, hand-drawn illustrations, reproductions, printed snapshots and postcards. Most child authors will fall into the second category and one of the reasons for this struggle is the need for inspiration to 'fire their desire' to put pen to paper / finger to keyboard. The chapter aims to offer professionals a wealth of stimulating strategies, ideas and tips for the setting / classroom it does not claim to be 'the definitive' resource for supporting emerging story writing. It provide eighth collection of stimulating story writing ideas to engage child authors and enrich professional practices. The chapter concluded by saying professionals, young child authors can capitalise on the creative story potential that is seemingly so richly provided by paintings and drawings!.