short stories for teenagers
Kanika G started writing to entertain her 2 year old daughter, by writing stories with characters her daughter can relate to.She uses simple everyday experiences as plots for the stories, while her daughter helps her in selecting pictures and provides constructive criticism, with this she was able to rewrite, exclude parts of the book where kanika finds her daughter looks bored. her daughter encourages her to write more stories and loves being involved
thus writing ebooks serves as a perfect way for them to spend time together.
Short and Super Short Stories for Teens is a medley of romance, science-fiction, humour, social issues, fantasy, suspense, and fun. It’s a diverse collection of stories to satisfy the many complex hues of teenage emotion.
Lose yourself in a gripping, funny, magical or inspirational anecdote! TV is great but leaves little to the imagination! Spend some quality time with the kids reading them a quick bedtime story – they don’t take very long and will help in the education of your children! There are so many tales and a huge selection of fiction to choose from! Refresh your childhood memories or use them together with your own ideas when writing your own tales! Download your choice of storys onto your ebook reader, ipad, iphone or kindle!
What types of Free Short Stories are available?
The BritLit materials on the TeachingEnglish website take as their premise that reading is a creative process, and that reading and writing are two sides of the same coin. They build on students’ innate knowledge of narrative and storytelling. Teachers can use the materials to engage the students as readers in their own right. Introducing narrative as input encourages students to build closer relationships with the text and makes them less dependent on the teacher. The kits are designed for teachers to select materials to build their own lessons.
Choosing suitable texts
The original choice of texts was based on the criteria of using living, contemporary authors from Commonwealth countries. They reflect the multi-cultural nature of the UK.