A young girl named Angela finds her life full of twists and turns as she navigates growing up and fitting in with the other kids. Meanwhile, her grandma, having grown up in a different time and culture, often ends up unintentionally embarrassing Angela. As Angela becomes older and starts to redefine her life, she realizes that everyone has their own unique story to tell.
Via the amazing adventure through another galaxy, the story shows how important it is to appreciate everyday things (such as going to school, friends, family), and how you can do anything if you set your mind to it. Bonus: it includes a 24-page Extra Content, where 12-year-old author Amy shares her writing experience, writing lessons & tips. If your kids like to read and write, this is a great gift.
In this adventure, our beloved Pia is on a mission with her
friends to save Friendship from a new threat - the evil ambitious villain Slate
of Chaos. Can Pia and her friends defeat Slate, or will the world bend down to
the coming tide of darkness? Young readers will enjoy the vivid details, immerse
themselves in the book, and be inspired by the learnings.
Perfect. Characters must never be "Perfect". But why? Why
must characters always have flaws and internal conflict?
I asked myself this many times. And after searching, I found the answer to my complicated question. This article explains the confusing mystery
of why "Perfect" may be great in reality – but not for story characters.
Nothing strikes kids better than the lessons from Legendary
Judges of Magic!
In this action-packed adventure, Pia and her friends had encounters
with amazing creatures and scary monsters, and battled against fire breathing
dragon. It was a relief that in the end, their results were truly rewarding,
and it may echo in everyday life.
Moondust, the most mysterious thing in the fairy world. Pia
the Pinena fairy, eager to find her fairy talent and Moondust, goes on a
dangerous quest. Along the way, she makes friends, meets foes and enemies, and
discovers the true meaning of friendship. Friends and foe clash, and must learn
to cooperate with each other. Can Pia help save the day?
What makes a character stand out from others? How are they different? This was a question I used to wonder
about. To satisfy my curiosity, I experimented until I found a way for me to create a unique, special character. I'll explain all the details in this article.
Do you ever feel… suddenly for no reason, your writing seems…
dull? I had this moment as I looked
over the first draft of my story’s content– The
Legendary Judges of Magic. Something was definitely missing.
Wait… why did it seem like none of my characters were happy?
Was it… funny moments that were missing?
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