My Book Of Sports Stories

The pages in this book have a space for a picture and lines for writing. Let their imaginations run wild as they make up their own stories. There's even a contents page for them to list all the stories they have written.

Author: Blank Story Books

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ISBN: 1675017743

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Page: 110

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Does your child love writing their own stories and drawing their own pictures? The pages in this book have a space for a picture and lines for writing. Let their imaginations run wild as they make up their own stories. There's even a contents page for them to list all the stories they have written. At the back of the book there are some writing prompts and a long list of adjectives if they want some inspiration. There is also space to write down notes for stories they want to write later. Each page has space for writing and a picture Writing prompts at the back for inspiration Planning pages for writing down ideas 8" x 10" Encourages creativity

Written in Invisible Ink Selected Stories

There are anonymous men as well, most noticeably in the stories of Singular Adventures, ... The image of a story written in invisible ink is a powerful one, ...

Author: Hervé Guibert

Publisher: Semiotext(e)

ISBN: 9781635901191

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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Stories that map the writer's artistic development, written with candor, detachment, and passion. Herv Guibert published twenty-five books before dying of AIDS in 1991 at age 36. An originator of French "autofiction" of the 1990s, Guibert wrote with aggressive candor, detachment, and passion, mixing diary writing, memoir, and fiction. Best known for the series of books he wrote during the last years of his life, chronicling his coexistence with illness, he has been a powerful influence on many contemporary writers. Written in Invisible Ink maps the writer's artistic development, from his earliest texts--fragmented stories of queer desire--to the unnervingly photorealistic descriptions in Vice and the autobiographical sojourns of Singular Adventures. Propaganda Death, his harsh, visceral debut, is included in its entirety. The volume concludes with a series of short, jewel-like stories composed at the end of his life. These anarchic and lyrical pieces are translated into English for the first time by Jeffrey Zuckerman. From midnight encounters with strangers to tormented relationships with friends, from a blistering sequence written for Roland Barthes to a tender summoning of Michel Foucault upon his death, these texts lay bare Guibert's relentless obsessions in miniature.

Moral stories written by Neela Sonalkar

Neela Sonalkar. Moral Stories written by Neela Sonalkar B : Moral Stories written by Neela Sonalkar .COM B : BRONATO. Front Cover.

Author: Neela Sonalkar

Publisher: BRONATO.com

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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This is a small effort to spread awareness of good values which can help to live a virtuous life. Our country is rich in its culture through the medium of Vedas and Upanishads. People from western countries are trying to get hold of our ancient rich literature which is so meaningful With the help of these teachings, life becomes enriched with positive thoughts that in turn makes any difficult work also seem very easy. The result is life becomes stress free and healthy.

Stories Written But Never Told

Stories Written, But Never Told An Anthology Kathryn Tan July 2020 CONTENTS Tyme Shallow Pages, Deep Worlds Oneness Sleep Spell Tranquility Front Cover.

Author: Kathryn Tan

Publisher: Khoo Li-min Sharon

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 40

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A city where time is a sovereign tyrant, governing the lives of all the inhabitants. Dreams that are sold in bottles to those with starving imaginations. A small mistake that leads to a girl and her mother being attacked. Sinister forces that lead two sisters astray in Fairyland. Illustrations that come alive when no one is looking. Kathryn Tan is a linguistics student at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. This collection of short stories and poems was something she wrote over the years. It will bring you to fairytale lands and worlds similar to ours but that have been touched by magic. Other than writing stories, Kathryn also likes to watch animated web series, listen to indie music and make digital art, including the picture exhibited on the book cover.

Written Treasure II Stories From the Brac

*o All stories contained in this book are true and the individuals are real. Life on Cayman Brac has not always been easy, but there have been many men and ...

Author: Burnard Tibbetts

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780359160204

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Just So Stories For Little Children Written and Illustrated by Rudyard Kipling

THE BUTTERFLY THAT STAMPED THIS, O my Best Beloved, is a story—a new and a wonderful story—a story quite different from the other stories—a story about The ...

Author: Rudyard Kipling

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528782685

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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This book contains Rudyard Kipling's 1902 collection of short stories, Just So Stories. These fantastically imaginative origin stories are amongst the best known of Kipling's works, and offer entertaining explanations as to how various animals came into being. This wonderful collection would make for ideal bedtime reading, and is well deserving of a place on every family bookshelf. Tales include: 'How the Whale got His Throat', 'How the Camel Got His Hump', 'How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin', 'How the Leopard Got His Spots', 'The Elephant's Child', 'The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo', 'The Beginning of the Armadillos', 'How the First Letter was Written', and more. These tales are also illustrated in black and white by Rudyard Kipling himself. Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was a seminal English writer of short stories, novelist, and poet. He is most famous for his poems concerning British soldiers in India and his wonderful children's stories. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, high-quality edition for the enjoyment of a modern readership. Pook Press celebrates the great ‘Golden Age of Illustration‘ in children’s classics and fairy tales – a period of unparalleled excellence in book illustration. We publish rare and vintage Golden Age illustrated books, in high-quality colour editions, so that the masterful artwork and story-telling can continue to delight both young and old.

Sleepless Essays Stories Poetry Written by Famed Authors on Sleepless Nights Insomnia

sleepless Essays, Stories - & "... - Written by Famed Authors on Sleepless Nights & Insomnia SLEEPLESS ESSAYS, STORIES & POETRY Written by Famed Authors on.

Author: Various

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528790444

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 144

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Sleeplessness has long been a blessing and a curse for many a writer. Detrimental to health and concentration yet frequently a fantastic source of creativity, sleeplessness has been both topic and motivation for innumerable written works. This collection brings together notable poems, stories and essays connected to sleeplessness written by some of the most influential poets and writers to have ever existed, including Shakespeare, Wordsworth, H.G. Wells, Dickens, and others. Highly recommended for poetry lovers and night owls alike. Contents include: "Nightwalks by Charles Dickens", "The Hours of Sleep by Alice Meynall", "Insomnia by H.G. Wells", "On Sleep and Thought by A. G. Gardiner, “Bells In the Rain, by Elinor Wylie”, “Insomnia, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti”, “The Sleepers, by Walt Whitman”, “To Sleep, by William Wordsworth”, etc. Read & Co. is proud to present this fantastic collection of stories, essays and poems for the enjoyment of a new generation of readers.

Raggedy Ann s Fairy Stories Written and Illustrated by Johnny Gruelle

POOK o PRESS RAGGEDY ANN's FAIRY STORIES WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY Jo HNNY GRUELLE RAGGEDY ANN'S FAIRY STORIES. Front Cover.

Author: Johnny Gruelle

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528782562

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 100

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'Raggedy Ann's Fairy Stories' is written and illustrated by Johnny Gruelle. Gruelle (1880 - 1930), was an American artist and political cartoonist, as well as a children's book illustrator and author. The books of 'The Raggedy Ann Series' all feature their central protagonist, with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose - charting her considerable adventures. Gruelle created Raggedy Ann for his daughter, Marcella, when she brought him an old hand-made rag doll. He drew a face on it, and from his bookshelf, pulled a book of poems by James Whitcomb Riley, combining the names of two poems, 'The Raggedy Man' and 'Little Orphant Annie.' From this moment on, the much-loved children's series went from strength to strength. Sought after by collectors, this re-printed edition showcases Gruelle's original text, further enhanced by his wonderful colour drawings, in order that the two may be fully appreciated by young and old alike.

Living with Epidermolysis Bullos A compilation of stories written by families touched by EB

... &/4 &nda & *** 4 compilation of stories •. uritten by families © ** touched by 8B Living with Epidermolysis Bullosa A compilation of stories written by.

Author: Silvia C.

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781257143887

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Living with Epidermolysis Bullosa has first-hand accounts written by parents and patients who are living or have lived with EB, and was compiled to help people in general understand how it is like to truly live with every form of Epidermolysis Bullosa; from the milder Simplex variants, who are nonetheless not simple to live with, to the more lethal, namely Junctional, whose patients usually succumb to before their first birthday. The stories you will read are from proud parents, or patients and their struggles and how they are coping. Some stories are sad, some are encouraging, and everything in between.

Stories of Inspiration and Hope in God Written from a Prison Cell

And who wrote it... you? ... Wasn't no apple, damn fool, dthat's just a story. What you mean, just a story? It's the story of our creation.

Author: Clifford Holt

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781546247982

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

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These four plays are dedicated to the three most important women in my lifemy mother for her strength, my sister Carole for her character, and my daughter Phutur for her love. May your faith in me always be withstanding.

My Book of Stories Write Own Shakespearen

Within the beautifully illustrated pages of this book are opportunities to experiment with Shakespearean words and phrases, whether writing a heartfelt letter to Romeo's cousin, penning a new fairy song for Peaseblossom, or telling your ...

Author: Deborah Patterson

Publisher:

ISBN: 0712356347

Category: Creative writing

Page: 96

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Bewitching lines from Macbeth, magical songs from A Midsummer Night's Dream and lover's talk from Romeo and Juliet will inspire new characters to be created, new dialogue to be written, and perhaps even a Shakespearean comic strip to unfold. Within the beautifully illustrated pages of this book are opportunities to experiment with Shakespearean words and phrases, whether writing a heartfelt letter to Romeo's cousin, penning a new fairy song for Peaseblossom, or telling your teacher they're an idiot in a brand new play. Budding authors will have stories to write, journal entries to fill in and pictures of new characters to draw, as well as Shakespearean trivia and fun puzzles to complete.

My Book of Pirate Stories

The pages in this book have a space for a picture and lines for writing. Let their imaginations run wild as they make up their own stories. There's even a contents page for them to list all the stories they have written.

Author: Blank Books

Publisher:

ISBN: 1687641722

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Page: 107

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Does your child love writing their own stories and drawing their own pictures? The pages in this book have a space for a picture and lines for writing. Let their imaginations run wild as they make up their own stories. There's even a contents page for them to list all the stories they have written. At the back of the book there are some picture prompts if they want some inspiration and space for them to write down some ideas for their story. Each page has space for writing and a picture Picture prompts at the back for inspiration Planning pages for writing down ideas 8" x 10" Encourages creativity

The Writing on the Wall and Other Stories

her previous deprivation when Nathaniel had piled far more on her plate than seemed polite and had regaled her with stories and insights that had reached ...

Author: Penny Edwards

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781785891397

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Peter Bayer was seventy-three. He’d taught at the school just up the road for most of his life and, when the wall came down, saw no reason to move. Nobody could say life had been easy, and when it was built, he’d lost contact with many friends, but he’d learnt to enjoy life as best he could and had had the good fortune of a happy marriage to Elsa. It’s 2006. Peter Bayer and his wife, Elsa, live on the East side of Berlin, as they’ve always done, even when that wasn’t an attractive proposition. What limits Peter’s freedom nowadays isn’t a concrete wall but often feels like one. Elsa has dementia and barely recognises him, so his life is not only hard work, but it’s lonely. What makes it lonelier is that his wife’s illness has given her a distorted view of the past and one that would horrify the woman he married. When Helen, a recently widowed English woman, rents the flat Peter owns nearby, he experiences the kinds of conversations that used to be normal for him, which makes his current reality all the more painful. Helen’s come to Berlin to find out more about her husband’s past in the city and learns things from their German friends that she was unaware of when he was alive. During her struggle to come to terms with her present life, Helen sees that the terrible demands on Peter’s life are almost impossible to endure. Other stories in the book show the toll of war, as fear is passed from one generation to another and we see how the power of secrecy never disappears. They also reveal how gratitude can take various forms and how intergenerational friendships really are all they’re cracked up to be. The Writing on the Wall and Other Stories is a collection of tales, spanning the 1980s to the present day, that will appeal to fans of Anne Tyler, Alan Bennett and Alice Munro, whom Penny Edwards takes inspiration from.

Rabindranath Tagore Best short Stories

This book contains the translations of classic stories, particularly short stories written in Bengali by the prolific and versatile author and Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941).

Author: Manav

Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 188

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This book contains the translations of classic stories, particularly short stories written in Bengali by the prolific and versatile author and Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941). The dowry system, illusion and superstition, and their evil impacts on human life and the Bengal region (now West Bengal and Bangladesh) are some of the striking themes that Tagore has beautifully dealt with in these stories. While reading this collection of short stories, the reader will also come across some other issues like the caste system, selfishness and selflessness, deception, love, etc., which prevailed in the time period Tagore lived in.

Stories My Dad Told Me

Unfortunately, no one was able to find them. I had been thinking in the years since he passed away, I wanted to write the story of my father. Instead, I chose to write about the stories he told me while I was growing up.

Author: Lady Tracilyn George

Publisher:

ISBN: 1990153429

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Page: 68

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Growing up, my father always wanted to tell his story but, he was too embarrassed about his spelling. After he passed away, there were rumors he had stories written down. Unfortunately, no one was able to find them. I had been thinking in the years since he passed away, I wanted to write the story of my father. Instead, I chose to write about the stories he told me while I was growing up.

My Book Of Magical Stories

The pages in this book have a space for a picture and lines for writing. Let their imaginations run wild as they make up their own stories. There's even a contents page for them to list all the stories they have written.

Author: Blank Books

Publisher:

ISBN: 1085898954

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Page: 107

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Does your child love writing their own stories and drawing their own pictures? The pages in this book have a space for a picture and lines for writing. Let their imaginations run wild as they make up their own stories. There's even a contents page for them to list all the stories they have written. At the back of the book there are some picture prompts if they want some inspiration and space for them to write down some ideas for their story. Each page has space for writing and a picture Picture prompts at the back for inspiration Planning pages for writing down ideas 8" x 10" Encourages creativity

Write Better Stories and Essays Topics and Techniques to Improve Writing Skills for Students in Grades 6 8

The second objective of these workbook exercises is to provide tools in the form of techniques that middle school student authors in grades 6 through 8 can use to improve the content of their narrative, persuasive, expository and ...

Author: George Smith

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 1479142573

Category: Education

Page: 128

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Mr. George Smith, a children's book author, has been conductingwriting workshops at schools since 2004.Write Better Stories and Essays is his writing workshop published in the form of a workbook. It is designed to help students in middle school improve their writing skills. Key Benefits Explore different writing techniques Recognize common mistakes in writing Master creative techniques to improve writing Expand ideas into full length stories or essays Key Topics Covered Four Ways to Expand a Story Idea into a Story Creative Techniques for Using Words and Paragraphs Identifying Illogical or Incomplete Content, Inconsistent Voice (active or passive), Inconsistent Verb Tense (present and past) and Incorrect grammar Expressing the Emotions of a Character: Show, Don't Tell!! Using the Personification Technique Using the Flashback and Story Within a Story Techniques Using the Circular Text Technique Using the Five Senses Using the Persuasion Technique The Role of the Setting in a Story Presenting and Supporting Theories Techniques in Action: Stories and Essays Written by Middle School Students Detailed Answers Common Core State Standards Correlation Grading Rubrics Online Resources (QuillPad.org) Objectives The workbook has three objectives: The first objective of these workbook exercises is to give student authors practice in writing techniques that meet the standards for writing and language included in the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI). The second objective of these workbook exercises is to provide tools in the form of techniques that middle school student authors in grades 6 through 8 can use to improve the content of their narrative, persuasive, expository and descriptive writing. The third objective of this program is to create a platform for students to easily publish their writing online and get feedback from peers and educators. Writing is a skill that requires practice and mentoring. Children can become good writers through guided practice and constructive feedback. Please visit QuillPad.org to create an account and start publishing your stories and essays!

31 Moralistic and Motivational Bedtime Short Stories for Kids

Some of the best short stories for kids are the classics. These stories have been around for generations, and are still best sellers and favorites in many families.

Author: Paichuu

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1512147680

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Page: 66

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Reading to children is a wonderful activity and past time that both parents and teachers enjoy. Seeing their rapt, excited faces when there's a mystery to be solved, a surprise twist, or a happy ending is all the reward one needs. Not only are story books a child's first experience with written words and an introduction to education, but they are also a way to stimulate imagination and dreams. Some of the best short stories for kids are the classics. These stories have been around for generations, and are still best sellers and favorites in many families. These tried and true books will be around as long as parents pass on their love for great stories and enjoyable reading. Many of these classic books have lasted because kids have such a great time reading them. They're fun and exciting, and have beautiful and interesting illustrations. Many great stories for kids are available today in the bookstores as well as online. Few people today are aware of the fact that books written specifically for children did not exist before the 17th century. Prior to that time period it is was generally accepted that books were written exclusively for adult readers. In addition, printed works were highly expensive and were available primarily to people of means. Only minority of the adult population were literate, and even a smaller percentage of children living at that time were able to read and write. Today, we are blessed with proliferation of children's literature with a great variety of stories for kids geared to different age levels. The importance of reading to children is apparent to every parent. We can start reading stories for kids even to a baby or a toddler. Research shows that the baby in utero can hear her mother's voice and recognize it immediately after birth. Certainly even young babies love to hear the voice of their mother or father. Make sure to make the time you read with your child a pleasant time of bonding and closeness, to create positive associations with this activity in the young child's mind. Despite that this activity is of paramount importance, never force your child to read or listen to stories. It is much more important that the child enjoys the interaction between the two of you. If he or she is not in the mood to listen to short stories for kids, let him pick a game or different activity to do together. The most important aspect of your interaction should be mutual enjoyment. It is a good idea to encourage older siblings, relatives, and friends to read out loud to the younger children. There are many types of short stories for kids available to all, therefore you must search around according to your child's like and dislikes, or whether you want to nudge them in a certain direction or not. Short stories for kids are a great way to introduce kids to a new area of life or a new situation in a fun, timely manner. You should always make it a fun enjoyable thing to do, it should be about you and your child or children bonding and them learning from it too.