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“Could Reading Children’s Books Help You Become a Better Business Writer?” Excerpt
By Demian Farnworth of Copyblogger on December 2, 2013
“I don’t care how old you are — 17 or 70 — as a writer you can benefit from reading children’s stories. Stories like Madeline, Interrupting Chicken, Henry’s Freedom Box, The Giving Tree, and I Took the Moon for a Walk. Keep in mind, the reason these are considered “children’s” books is not because of the material.” READ MORE
By Lois Huffman on December 9, 2013
Lois Huffman will be submitting new Viva Vocabulary! posts every few months. Check out this month’s feature, Homonyms and Their Cousins, which includes lots of fun instructional activities about homonyms. READ MORE