Three Questions for Parents and Teachers

Some people are born story tellers. They enter the world already attuned to the whispers and sighs of the wind. They stop to ponder the chatter of squirrels and the babble of infants. They not only hear voices in their head, they joyfully enter into silent conversation with them, eager to inhabit their world of possibility.

Others are nurtured into being by wise parents and excellent teachers. Introduced to books they become accustomed to the cadence of the written word, the magic of a story well told. Before long the brain begins to re-wire itself opening new pathways to expression. A writer is born.

1. Is there a story-teller in your home or classroom?
2. How do you nurture his or her emerging talent?
3. Are you interested in receiving information about a fun and inspiring resource for young writers?

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One Response to “Three Questions for Parents and Teachers”

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