Monthly Archives: March 2014

Another Fabulous Story From Henderson Annex

  I am very proud to share Muniat’s story of The Dragon’s Tear.  She is a grade five student at Henderson Annex and wrote this as part of our after school writing course.  What great details!   Part 1 The … Continue reading

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The Dragon’s Tear (Warning…this is so good it may make you cry)

The students at Henderson Annex have been evolving as writers, getting better and better every session.  I selected a few students to share their imaginative stories with us here.  Today, enjoy reading Mansib’s tale.  The inspiration for this story came … Continue reading

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Photos From Canada’s First World Read Aloud Day Event at Christianne’s Lyceum

A sensational evening was had by readers and listeners alike on Wednesday at Christianne’s Lyceum of Literature and Art in Vancouver! I organized the event in partnership with litworld, Christianne and CWILL BC. The pyjama party themed event featured myself, … Continue reading

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Pensee Poems by Grade 1-3’s (these are hard!)

Here is a selection of pensee poems (Line one has 2 syllables and features the subject, line two has 4 syllables and gives a description of the subject, line three gives an action and has 7 syllables, line four is … Continue reading

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