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 Reading & Writing

The best part of the day is always worth remembering. This cheerful journal provides a place for readers to record and reflect on all the little things—catching the sunset, running into a friend on the street, finishing a project—that make up the bright spots in their days!

Bright Spots Journal

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 Reading & Writing

Have you ever finished a book or TV series and wished for more? Created stories, art, or videos based on a game? Dressed up as your favorite character? If so, you've entered fandom. Fan writers expand and mix up stories, like sending the... read more

Fandom - Fic Writers, Vidders, Gamers, Artists, and Cosplayers

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 Reading & Writing

You have a story you want to tell and have even organised the time to do it. As you begin, your pen or fingers on the keyboard falter, like a little cough to clear your voice, and there's a nagging doubt that plagues you: Who am I to tell this story? What have I got... read more

Finding Your Writer's Voice

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 Reading & Writing

Built for the micro-blogging-minded writer and with space for 365 entries, this journal is the perfect way to "tag" a year of memories IRL (in real life).

#Hashtagaday: A Journal

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 Reading & Writing

Series:Text Styles Ser.

A drama is a story that is experienced by an audience as a performance. In this engaging title, readers will explore acts, dialogue, stage direction, and other elements that define this genre. Mentor texts and writing prompts guide readers as they compose their own show-stopping dramas.

How to Write a Drama

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 Reading & Writing

Series:Text Styles Ser.

How To Write a Fantasy Story is an engaging title that identifies the common features that make this genre so imaginative and distinctive. Step-by-step writing prompts guide readers through the writing process as they create their own fantasy stories.

How to Write a Fantasy Story

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 Reading & Writing

Series:Text Styles Ser.

Adventure stories are exciting stories that take readers on a journey out of the ordinary and into the dangerous unknown. This action-packed book introduces young writers to the elements of an adventure story and provides fun ideas for writing a daring tale of one's own!

How to Write an Adventure Story

Did you know that English words come from all over the world and that their meanings have changed along their journey? Our word 'zero' comes from the Arabic word for empty space. 'Companion' is from the Latin for with bread.
With s... read more

Literally: Amazing English Words and Where They Came From

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 Reading & Writing

Sh*t Rough Drafts collects imagined misguided early drafts of classic books, screenplays, and contemporary literature, creating visions of alternate works that would exist had the authors not come to their senses. What if F. Scott Fitzgerald had gone with the title The Cooles... read more

Sh*t Rough Drafts

What exactly is a book? This wildly inventive and thought-provoking volume asks that question of more than 30 of today's top creative visionaries, from Ed Ruscha to Miranda July, John Baldessari to Jonathan Lethem. Each traditional element of... read more

The Thing the Book - A Monument to the Book as Object
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Did you know that 'Almost' is the longest word in the English language with all the letters in alphabetical order? Or that 'Stewardesses' is the longest word you can type solely with your left hand? Or that fireflies aren't flies, they'r... read more

There are Tittles in This Title: The Weird World of Words

Creative Writing teacher, Dr Amanda Apthorpe, provides the first in a series in order to establish patterns or rituals of writing that will sustain students/writers along the journey to completion of a project.

Write This Way - Volume 1 - Time Management for Writers: the Magic of 10 Minutes