The Story of a Stuffed Elephant by Laura Lee Hope, first published in 1921. A story about a stuffed toy elephant who secretly comes to life and has lots of adventures in his new home. This would be a good bedtime story for a child who has their own stuffed toy elephant. Laura Lee Hope is a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for the Bobbsey Twins and several other series of children's novels. Actual writers taking up the pen of Laura Lee Hope include Edward Stratemeyer, Howard and Lilian Garis, Elizabeth Ward, Harriet (Stratemeyer) Adams, Andrew E. Svenson, June M. Dunn, Grace Grote and Nancy Axelrad. Laura Lee Hope was first used as a pseudonym in 1904 for the debut of the Bobbsey Twins.
A Word about WriteStuff... For the past eight years, the WriteStuff Writers' Conferences and Boot Camps have encouraged and educated writers on both the art and business of publishing. WriteStuff isn't just a writer's conference - it's an inspirational, yet realistic educational experience where writers of all ages can find ways to help them get to the next level of their craft. It's an event where "I've always wanted to try that" writers can take their first steps. Participants receive not just the mechanics of writing, but also the character of what makes a successful writer. And, it's an event that helps writers figure out what exactly they mean by "success." Writers leave WriteStuff with the writing kindling ignited and the chances of having their words find an audience dramatically increased. Our Mission: The WriteStuff mission is to instruct, evaluate and support regional writers across the United States in their creative efforts of expression. The Golden Journey Short Story Competition: WriteStuff Writers' encourages writers in their respective journeys to practice, perfect and actively engage their talents by entering contests such as the Golden Journey Short Story Literary Competition. This writing exercise offers an opportunity to writers from all over the world to test the waters of creative expression. J. Andy Murphy, Founder, WriteStuff Writers.
Fun and fascinating science is everywhere, and it s a cinch to learn just ask a science teacher! We ve all grown so used to living in a world filled with wonders that we sometimes forget to wonder about them: What creates the wind? Do fish sleep? Why do we blink? These are common phenomena, but it s a rare person who really knows the answers do you?All too often, the explanations remain shrouded in mystery or behind a haze of technical language. For those of us who should have raised our hands in science class but didn t, Larry Scheckel comes to the rescue.
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