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Picture Yourself Writing Fiction: Using Photos to Inspire Writing
Picture Yourself Writing Fiction: Using Photos to Inspire Writing
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Picture Yourself Writing Fiction: Using Photos to Inspire Writing

Fiction is more than a made up story. A piece of fiction is crafted by carefully inventing a unique plot and believable characters. But how does an author get started? Finding inspiration is as easy as looking at a picture.

PublisherCapstone Press
BrandFact Finders
Age Level- Years
Trim Size7 3/4 x 8 3/4
Page Count32



Library Media Connection - Jolene C. DeFranco, Educational Reviewer, Missouri City, Texas

"Starred Review! This series was a delightful surprise. I should have believed the subtitle: Using Photos to Inspire Writing, but I had to begin reading to realize that this is not so much a “how-to” series as it is truly an enrichment series. The books assume the students can write, their object is to inspire writers to expand their writing. Each book is full of ideas and photos to explore, and gives delightful, short samples of writing. Each book takes topics such as setting, voice, bias, plot, genre, sensory details, point of view, or character and explores them with readers, then presents a challenge for students to develop on their own. Give these to a teacher who has asked for writing inspiration and let that teacher use them to show children how to enhance their own writing. Highly Recommended." - Library Media Connection

March 1, 2012