Open up the fantastical world of storytelling with Nautilus Award
winner and New York Times bestselling author T. A. Barron, creator
of the acclaimed novels "The Lost Years of Merlin" and "The Great
Tree of Avalon." With his insight into crafting stories and the
many forms of storytelling, your students will flourish under Mr.
Barron's guidance as they explore and develop their own voices. Mr.
Barron will help your students learn that there is no limit to
where they can travel with stories and that they can be anyone and
accomplish anything in a story. They'll learn how Mr. Barron uses
prose to tell incredible fantasy stories and how poetry and
journalism can also be used to tell stories. Mr. Barron will help
your students activate their observation skills, learn the value of
rewriting, discover why details matter and understand how heroes
and heroines have powers that affect our own world. The film's
accompanying this offer opportunities for your students to develop
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