Religion

The Write Stuff

Author: Sondra B. Willobee

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 123

View: 558

In this book, gifted preacher Sondra Willobee shows how to enliven sermons by using the techniques of great writers. With clarity and wit, Willobee explores the joyful process of crafting effective sermons.
Juvenile Nonfiction

The Write Stuff

Author: Lisa Mullarkey

Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

View: 505

Katharine thinks her stories are boring. Boring with a capital B. No matter how many details and dollar words she adds, itÍs never enough for Mrs. Bingsley. KatharineÍs wants a Write Stuff Pencil like everyone else. Can she whip her story into shape before the AuthorÍs Tea and earn one?
Reference

The Write Stuff

Author: Thomas J Humphrey

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page:

View: 705

For all of us, The Write Stuff makes right the stuff we write. Learn how it reveals secrets for improving grades on high school or college papers points the way to creating effective advertising campaigns guides teachers in planning better lessons clarifies a silent language platform for teachers of the deaf propels ESL students into first-rate language status launches writers’ careers and saves TV commentators from errors And even satisfies a CEO’s search for a great gift for managers and new employees
Juvenile Fiction

The Write Stuff

Author: Jahnna N. Malcolm

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 968

Rachel, the "It" Girl, asks her best friend, Hannah, to write an e-mail to unobtainable Dylan, but when he starts falling for the e-mails, it's Hannah he's falling for, not Rachel. Original.
Children's stories, New Zealand

The Write Stuff

Author: David Hill

Publisher: Learning Media Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Children's stories, New Zealand

Page: 8

View: 753

Steve doesn't have much time to write a Valentine's message for Lara. His stepbrother, Nat, suggests that he writes Lara a poem - but Steve discovers he's an extremely bad poet! Suggested level: intermediate.