Thursday, July 7, 2011

Facebook Party Giveaway: Reach for the Stars

Media Angels, Inc. is offering a wonderful 144-page e-book workbook for budding young authors. It includes sections on creating characters, how to "show-don't tell" their feelings, beginnings that "hook" the reader, creating scenes, plotting stories and much more! Students can work at their own pace and on their own. Reach for the Stars also works great in home school co-ops and in classrooms. Includes a parent/teacher guide with hints for expanding the lessons if desired. Grades 3-8. Reach for the Stars! An $18.95 value!

To get multiple chances to win this book:

1. Leave a comment telling about the biggest challenge or joy you experience in teaching writing with your children.

2. Like the Media Angels page on Facebook, then leave a comment telling me you have done so.

BE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WITH EACH COMMENT!

Also, check out the freebies page at Media Angels. There is a lot of great stuff there that you can use!

This giveaway ends at 9pm Eastern time.

13 comments:

Joi said...

I think that my biggest challenge is to get them to write.

Anonymous said...

My biggest challenge is to get them to write more often.

Sarah said...

Liked Media Angels fb page

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Sarah said...

Biggest challenge is coming up with topics to write about and getting him to focus.

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mindlessmamma said...

I am blessed by bookworms who love to read and write. The challenge is getting them to write on the topics I want them writing on and keeping them focused on that instead of chasing hares:)
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mindlessmamma said...

I like Media Angels on FaceBook. Thanks for introducing me to this company. I'd never heard of them before.
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Kathryn said...

I liked the Media Angels page.

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Kathryn said...

My youngest daughter LOVES to write - poems, songs, short stories. So that is my greatest joy. Biggest challenge is getting the rest of them to write.

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Angelsfaith said...

My biggest challenge is getting them to write. THey will tell stories, even record stories, but not write them with out a fuss.

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rdagijones said...

I liked you on FB!
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rdagijones said...

I have a very systematic child and one who has a hard time pinning her thoughts down on paper. I am very systematic in my approach to writing. . . guess what/who my challenge is??

Starla Jimenez said...

My daughter hates to write but she is just learning. ssvr@netzero.com

Starla Jimenez said...

I liked their fb page. ssvr@netzero.com