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The Writer's Toolbox: Creative Games and Exercises for Inspiring the Write Side of Your Brain [With BookWith CardsWith Timer]Jamie CallanChronicle Books / 2007 / Other, N/A$22.46 Retail:3 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Designed by a longtime creative writing teacher, this innovative kit includes a 64-page booklet filled with exercises and instructions that focus on a "right-brain" approach to writing. Sixty exercises like First Sentences, Non Sequiturs, and Last Straws will get stories off the ground! Includes 60 cards fuel creative descriptions and four spinner palettes that will ignite unexpected plot twists. For any aspiring writer, this kit is the perfect first step on the path to literary greatness!
Rummy Roots: English Vocabulary Building Game Ages 8 to AdultEternal Hearts / 1992 / Other$12.69 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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Classic UpwordsWinning Moves Games / 2016 / Gift$14.99 Retail:
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Travel ScrabbleWinning Moves Games / 2016 / Gift$32.99 Retail:
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Personalized, Wooden Pen with Cross Image and NameP Graham Dunn Inc Engravables / 2012 / Gift$8.99 Retail:
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Personalized, Maple Pen with Name and MessageP Graham Dunn Inc Engravables / 2012 / Gift$8.99 Retail:
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Grace Pen, PinkChristian Art Gifts / 2017 / Gift$7.99 Retail:
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Wreck This Journal is a creative, fun, and highly interactive way to step outside the box and throw yourself into the world of lived art. . .the opposite of traditional journaling.
Integrating subversive (and often destructive) actions-"fling coffee here" and "collect fruit stickers here," along with writing and drawing prompts like "document a boring event in detail" or "Sleep with the journal. Describe the experience here," this unique book will free readers of the compulsion to write neatly, keep the binding intact, and progress chronologically. Great for creative types itching for some sanctioned destruction, or for "Type As" who want to loosen up a bit!
Growing up brings with it a lot of feelings and a lot of things to think about and ponder over. Introspective writing can be not only one of the best ways to channel creative-writing energy, but also to take a step back and process all of those emotions. Leap Write In! is a series of fascinating, out-of-the-box, meandering prompts for stories, lists, memories, and more. The teal blue and black print, fun fonts, and mix of straight, undulating, and chevron-shaped lines to write on creates a fun atmosphere that encourages writers to let go and just write!
Prompts include ideas like:
"What do you carry in your pocket, backpack, head, heart?"
"Track where your mind wanders during class, and see if you can turn your wonderings into a daydream-type story with wild and whirling words. Begin with the last thing your teacher said."
"Be a reporter with your eyes and ears.Bear witness to the next three people you see. In one short sketch, describe each one. Nothing more."
Featuring a number of creative exercises and things to think about, this book features a wide range of inspirational ideas that are sure to get your introspective teenagers thinking and writing. A variety of poems and example works are also included. 282 pages, softcover. High School.
Girls will discover dozens of fun ways to be creative with this book packed with projects! With special punch-out pages, girls can make a cootie catcher, bingo boards, a gift box, a secret note dispenser, a micro mobile, and so much more. This book also offers lots of games, crafts, journal-writing activities, and sticker fun for girls to share with friends and family, or to do on their own.
The Usborne Write Your Own Story Book is the perfect journal for creative kids and budding writers! Students will be guided along the path of writing their own story, with lots of ideas and story suggestions along the way. Full-color pages are illustrated throughout as kids learn about the structure of a story, making up characters, how to get inside a character's head, point of view, choosing a time and place for the story, describing time-period details, and more, as well as activities like filling in the speech bubbles for a pirate cartoon strip, imagining the ending to story starters, and creating a fairy tale. 96 pages, hidden spiral binding, hardcover. Ages 3 & up.
A Writer's Notebook: Unlocking the Writer Within YouRalph FletcherHarperCollins / 1996 / Trade Paperback$6.29 Retail:
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Many authors keep a notebook in which they record impressions, memories and ideas. This terrific book tells kids how to create a journal and introduces them to the wonders of writing down their thoughts and ambitions. The book suggests to kids the kinds of things to record and how to fashion them into pieces of writing.
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Isabel's Closet: Creative Writing Made Easy Paper Doll and Craft BookJan MayNew Millennium Girl Books / 2010 / Trade Paperback$16.95
Isabel's Fun Fair FiascoNew Millennium Girl Books / 2014 / Trade Paperback$7.95
A Novel Idea: Everything You Need to Know about Writing Inspirational FictionTyndale House / 2009 / Trade Paperback$1.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation (11th Edition)Jane StrausWiley / Trade Paperback$21.49
The Play of Words
The Play of Words: Fun and Games for Language LoversRichard LedererSimon & Schuster / 1991 / Trade Paperback$17.96 Retail:
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In this delightful volume of linguistic revelry, you can horse around with the animal metaphors that make poetry of everyday speech - as well as with the wheezy cliches that are all too conspicuous in our daily prose. Romp with the rhythms and rhymes of "Inky Pinky," and see if you can "Name that Bunch" - a prickle of porcupines? a rash of dermatologists? But beware: you can lose points for laughing in "Fictionary."