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Inklings from Cape Cod (Book) - 4/22/2010 8:56:26 PM
"Inklings of Cape Cod is so much more than "inklings." It is a potpourri of great young talent that shows how much teens have to offer if given the chance. Write On, one and all!!" — –Stephanie Meyer, Sr. Editor, Teenink.com and Teen Ink Magazine “A joy to read, and an awesome voyage into the creative minds of young, imaginative writers...” –John Prophet, author of the Casey Miller Mysteries– “This book is absolutely fantastic! I am very impressed with the imagery and the emotion that the student's writing invokes from the readers. My students and I cried and laughed at various stories and poems. It is unbelievable that students can come up with these feelings and still be young! It is awesome! Congratulations on a book well done!” — –Fran Sylvester, 5th grade teacher, international middle school student travel leader– “Fascinating and fun to read, with everything from six-word stories to longer pieces, “Inklings” demonstrates the many ways an inspired teacher can empower students to discover their creativity and develop their own unique and powerful voices.” — –Leslie Meier, author of the Lucy Stone Mystery series– “Stephanie’s design of the Workshop clearly provided an atmosphere of safety, trust, and risk-taking in writing that is obvious in the breadth and depth of the selections in this anthology. A wonderful read and a great resource.” —– K. Victoria Kazer-Townsend, retired AP English professor– “Anyone who worries about the future of American prose and poetry will be reassured after reading the collected works of young writers in this extensive anthology created by students... Filled with examples of creative writing and representative of both genres, the selections showcase a wonderful variety and range of expression. The joy of writing is clearly in evidence throughout the entire collection. In Inklings from Cape Cod, Stephanie Boosahda has assembled a treasury of wonderful excerpts from these young people that make it clear that the future of our literary world is in very competent hands.” — Jim Coogan, Cape Cod Times columnist and author of the award winning book, Sail Away Ladies: Stories of Cape Cod Women in the Age of Sail, Cape Cod Voyage: A Journey Through Cape Cod’s History and Lore; I Saw A Sea Monster, Yes I Did!, Priscilla the Amazing Pinkywink, Clarence the Cranberry Who Couldn’t Bounce, and others … “A class set of Inklings from Cape Cod is an invaluable resource for anyone teaching writing. Whether perusing this rich collection of student models for pleasure or instruction, readers will undoubtedly be inspired to explore the transformative power of writing.” —Diane Hartley, High School English Teacher National Writing Project Teacher Consultant “It takes a special kind of teacher - a non-conformist imbued with enthusiasm, faith in her students, and a passion for the art of writing - to produce a labor of love, precisely what this anthology is. Stephanie applies what most master teachers know, that we dare not ask our students to do something we dare not do ourselves. She does not ask her students to risk any more than she is willing to risk, to write and, therefore, to be exposed at some level of self. I would recommend this volume of prose and poetry to students and teachers alike. Students will find value in the writing exercises and the published works of fellow student writers. Teachers will find the writing techniques invaluable and the writing a model for their own students. What a joy to read fresh voices!”—–Kathleen Lennox, elementary school librarian “Every teacher needs this anthology in his or her writing toolbox. It inspires the soul of the writer, the young and accomplished alike.” —–Maria Turko LaTour, retiring 5th grade language arts teacher and regional representative to the National Writing Project’s 2010 National conference

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