“Oh… that was fancy, how did the speaker choose that word?”
“Ah… what a powerful speech, wish I am so spontaneous!”
As a matter of fact, it puzzles us when we think how someone can speak so eloquently.
In fact, we can do it too!
Nope, it’s not easy to memorize a 600-page dictionary. Have you ever tried learning… in a fun way? You’ll be amazed at the tenfold better result. Well, the book you have in your hand is a choicest tool to get started!
The Troubadour’s Collection is a promise to take you through an amazing world of inspirational poems, where you get to experience being a weekender, view the splash of colors shooting up your first missile, laugh your heads-off at the emperor’s new clothes and dare to walk with the graveyard’s host… and guess what?
You would have already picked up new words, improving your vocabulary in a fun way!
Ann Alexander was born in 2004 and lives in Bangalore, India. Ann is currently studying at the Frank Anthony Public School, Bangalore. Ann is an avid reader and a curious learner. Books have always fascinated her, right from her toddler days, where her favorite part of the day was to get her parents and grandparents to read for her. Her mother fondly recollects little Ann reciting the entire story of Rapunzel when she was three years old. Ann grew up reading works of famous authors such as J K Rowling, Roald Dahl and Rick Riordan. Her collection of books is her most treasured possession. A keen observer, Ann draws her inspiration from the world around her – people, places, stories, imagination and some amusing experiences that she had encountered.
What makes the tiny snail shell so beautiful? Why does that shape occur in nature over and over again—in rushing rivers, in a flower bud, even inside your ear?
With simplicity and grace, Sidman and Krommes not only reveal the many spirals in nature—from fiddleheads to elephant tusks, from crashing waves to spiraling galaxies—but also celebrate the beauty and usefulness of this fascinating shape.