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Short Stories by Short People: Ninety-five Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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These stories exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The sixth-grade authors worked over a period of three months to turn rough ideas... More > into finished stories. The result is a compilation of stories on all topics. Humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are represented. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Had their language arts teacher allowed it, they would have chosen a more humorous title for their work: Stories to Read on the John by Kids.< Less
638 Potential Paper Cuts By Daniel Fisher
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This is the eighth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School (from the 2007-2008 school year). The stories are new, and so is this group of authors. The focus, though,... More > remains the same as in previous volumes: With genuine effort and attention to the writing process, young authors can fine-tune their original ideas and produce works suitable for a wide audience. Over a twelve-week period, each sixth-grade writer shepherded a germ of an idea through multiple revisions to arrive at a polished piece. The ultimate paths of the stories and the improvement in quality from start to finish sometimes surprised even the authors. 639 Potential Paper Cuts continues the proud tradition of author's craft demonstrated in its predecessors Short Stories by Short People, Who Says Adults Have to Write All the Good Stories?, Got Stories?, Tall Tales Gone Short, Stories For Shorties, Five Drafts Later..., and Your Title Here.< Less
Stories for Shorties: 101 Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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Do you wonder what's up with kids these days that isn't bad news? Do you know what kids are thinking and learning? In its own modest way, STORIES FOR SHORTIES gives a glimpse into these answers. This... More > volume is the work of 101 sixth-graders at Berkshire Middle School in Beverly Hills, Michigan. Students were challenged to write for readers outside the school walls. What resulted is a compilation of stories on all topics. If you pay attention to the reactions of characters to their respective situations, you will get a peek into the beliefs and concerns of these authors regarding such issues as response to authority, friendship, right, wrong, evil, good, commitment, adversity, courage, perseverance, and more. You will also experience humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, and fantasy. Kids have a lot to say, but we don't always hear it. Here is a document to help address that.< Less
Your Title Here: 132 Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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Do you know what kids are thinking and learning? Do you want to know what kind of skills they take away from school? In its own modest way, YOUR TITLE HERE gives a glimpse into these answers. YOUR... More > TITLE HERE--one of many titles suggested and voted upon by the authors--gives a hint at the sense of humor you can find among this group of kids. And if you pay attention to the reactions of characters to their respective situations, you will get a peek into their serious sides, too: the beliefs and concerns of these authors regarding such issues as response to authority, friendship, right, wrong, evil, good, commitment, adversity, courage, perseverance, and more. You will also experience mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, and even nonfiction. Kids have a lot to say, but we don't always hear it. Here is a document to help address that.< Less
Five Drafts Later...: Ninety-four Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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This is the sixth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School. The focus remains the same as in previous volumes: With genuine effort and attention to the writing... More > process, young authors can produce works suitable for a wide audience. Over a ten-week period, each sixth-grade writer turned a basic premise into a fully- formed story. The changes along the way sometimes surprised the authors themselves. The stories in Five Drafts Later… span multiple categories, including science fiction, fantasy, horror, historical fiction, realistic fiction, mystery and nonfiction. And to those readers judging this book by its cover, keep in mind that elements of the jacket design were approved by majority decisions of the authors. In all respects, this book is the product of the writers whose names appear inside.< Less
Got Stories?: Bite-sized Tales from Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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This is the third annual volume of short works written by students of Berkshire Middle School. The book is composed of all new stories by new authors, but the purpose of this showcase is the same as... More > its predecessors, SHORT STORIES BY SHORT PEOPLE and WHO SAYS ADULTS HAVE TO WRITE ALL THE GOOD STORIES?: The pieces in it exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The collection is the result of a twelve-week process that allowed each student to take a basic idea of his or her choosing and develop it in ways that even the author may not have anticipated. From such rough material came this multi-faceted gem, in which the genres of humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, and even nonfiction are represented.< Less
Tall Tales Gone Short: Fifty-seven Stories by Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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This is the fourth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School. The stories are new, and so are the authors. Over a ten-week period, each sixth-grade writer shepherded a... More > germ of an idea through multiple revisions to arrive at a polished piece. The ultimate paths of these stories and the improvement in quality from start to finish sometimes surprised even the authors. Tall Tales Gone Short-—one of many titles suggested and voted upon by the authors—-fittingly conveys both the size and the fictional nature of all fifty-seven entries. The stories span multiple categories, including science fiction, fantasy, fable, historical fiction, realistic fiction, and mystery. And to those readers judging this book by its cover, keep in mind that elements of the jacket design were approved by majority decisions of the authors. In all respects, this book is the product of the writers whose names appear inside.< Less
Who Says Adults Have to Write All the Good Stories?: Seventy-eight Stories by Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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This is the second annual volume of short works written by students of Berkshire Middle School. The book is composed of all new stories by new authors, but the purpose of this showcase is the same as... More > its predecessor, SHORT STORIES BY SHORT PEOPLE: The pieces in it exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. In twelve weeks, the sixth-grade authors turned rough ideas into the finished stories collected here. The result is a compilation on all topics. Examples of humor, mystery, adventure, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are included. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Even elements of the jacket design were approved by majority decisions of the authors. In all respects, this book is the product of the students whose names appear inside.< Less
There Is No Title - Just Read the Book By Daniel Fisher
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This is the tenth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School. The stories are new, and so are the authors. The focus, though, remains he same as in previous volumes:... More > With genuine effort and attention to the writing process, young authors can fine-tune their original ideas and produce works suitable for a wide audience. Stories in this collection span multiple categories including fantasy, science fiction, realistic fiction, historical fiction, fable, and mystery.< Less
Short Stories by Short People: Ninety-five Stories by Sixth-Grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
eBook (PDF): $1.99
These stories exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The sixth-grade authors worked over a period of three months to turn rough ideas... More > into finished stories. The result is a compiliation of stories on all topics. Humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are represented. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Had their language arts teacher allowed it, they they would have chosen a more humorous title for their work: Stories to Read on the John by Kids.< Less

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