The Author of this workbook, George Fain, is a logophile* - a Lover of Words - and in this charming booklet he introduces young people to the delight of expressing oneself beyond the mundane.
At first he cheerily lists dozens of examples of a series of popular writing expressions, from Allegory through Hyperbole and on to Syllogism. Then he explains how to write freely from ones own imagination, using descriptive words fluently and with great amusement.
To Fain, writing can be the greatest fun and reading his surrealistic pirate adventure stories shows how free one’s imagination can be. Give this book to your favorite youngster and inspire them to expand into imaginative writing instead of texting in dull shorthand.
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* Dictionary.com: logophile n. Greek logos – speech; phile – friend/lover.