Jason woke up in the morning with excitement. Today was his first day in kindergarten. He waited a long time for this day and it finally arrived. He took off his pajamas and started to dress: he put on his shirt, put on his pants, put on the right shoe and… Wait a minute! Where did the other shoe go?
He looked for the shoe all over the room: under the bed, behind the curtain, on the bookshelf and even inside the cat’s basket … but he couldn’t find it anywhere.
As he didn’t want to be late to kindergarten, he decided to go look for it outside … Who knows where this shoe could be…
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
I think that the best advice to writers would be to read other books similar to your book. Reading improves a writer’s active vocabulary and teaches about the function of sentence structure. Reading other authors’ books in your genre can function as your private dictionary or thesaurus. As a writer, you must be well versed in the type of genre you wish to write. Your audience will expect this.
My name is Sarit Gilor. I’m the author of several highly imaginative children’s books including Nellie’s Magic Glasses , The Merry Adventures of Charlie the Choo-Choo and Have You Seen My Shoe, and I promised there would be many more to come.
I believe in inspiring creativity, communication, curiosity and imagination in children through reading. In fact, evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day are more likely to do well at school, develop a broader vocabulary and increase general knowledge than those who don’t.
I have a lot of fun creating stories that entertain my young readers and hopefully teach them important everyday lessons in a fun and easy to understand manner.