The I Love To Write Book:
Ideas & Tips for
$16.95 list price • 136 pages
“An ideal gift for the young potential author in one’s life.” – Midwest Book Review
“A most welcome source for educators and children – both inspiring and practical. Teachers need her straightfoward text. Librarians can recommend it whole-heartedly to the public. And kids will grow in their writing skills enthusiastically. Buy two copies! One for yourself, and one to share!” – Jan Irving, children’s lit & library services consultant
“Appealing to all ability levels, this is an inspirational book that provides both motivation and guidance with a positive focus . . . not only very user-friendly and easy to use, but also fun to read. I would strongly recommend this book for any older child or teen with an interest in writing.”
– A Different Drummer, newsletter of Oregon Association for Talented and Gifted (OATAG)
The I Love To Write Book is both fun and inspiring, with tons of tips, ideas, engaging activities, worksheets, samples, and more. It is sure to help any young (or older) writer on a path to writing success – in the classroom or for their own creative writing or factual reporting or advocacy projects.
The book focuses on the writing approaches used by successful writers at all levels.
For more about what’s in the book, see the Table of Contents.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mary-Lane Kamberg is director of a summer writing camp in Kansas for young writers. She has a journalism degree from the University of Kansas and has authored 11 books, including Bono: Fighting World Hunger and Poverty and The “I Don’t Know How To Cook” Book. She has also published hundreds of articles, short stories, and poems. She lives in Olathe, Kansas, near Kansas City.