Young Readers Develop Storytelling in STARTERS: BOOK ONE
Storytelling is a priceless gift that uses the medium of language, be it in the written or spoken form, to create tales imbued with the power of imagination, which convey thoughts and emotions to influence the hearts and minds of others. Despite the importance of this ability, authors Velma and Mark Weaver have discovered a shortage of books that inspire children to write creatively or factually on a specific subject, and thus, they have taken it upon themselves to help their young readers in developing their storytelling talents with their new book, Starters: Book One.
This book has been written to encourage the students to explore the depths of their imagination and that, by using the various stimulus materials and the story Starters, the students will find enjoyment in creating their own anecdotes. The contents are designed in the hope that it will foster an interest in the use of the Internet for researching the problems facing earth, for exploring the lives, events, challenges and achievements of those on the forefront of saving our planet, as well as all living creatures, and that the writing, together with the reporting of their findings, will engender in the young, a desire to emulate the lives of these dedicated people.
The work also addresses world problems, and asks readers to research and find answers to issues such as global warming, pollution, and ecological decimation. Through Starters, the authors seek to cultivate within their readers a love of creativity and a desire to improve the health of the world and the lives of those who inhabit it.
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