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#First impressions A Collection Of Short Stories Penned By Teenage Writers

Author Name: GIIS Tenors 2 | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Youth have a unique view on the world, and many believe much can be learned from a youth’s perspective. This book demonstrates that our youth have much to say, given the chance and a channel to express themselves. 

Within this new volume of short stories, there are fresh and emerging voices treating a range of themes. Authors in this volume provide outlooks and perspectives on numerous topics. A cure for aging? A New Year celebration gone wrong? Reflections on what it is like to not have a father? Within this volume, students treat all of these and other themes as well.

Inside, unusual points of view await. For example, one writer also explores what colors mean to those without sight. The stories sit and wait to be discovered, inviting like new friends ready to speak.

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GIIS Tenors 2

Students of Global Indian International School have a long history of being independent thinkers. A desire to write and share content is merely an extension of a tradition that inculcates in young minds the instinct to imagine.

This anthology of short stories has been penned by children aged 12-18; they have laid bare, through their characters and plots, their feelings about the world they inhabit, their questions, frustrations at the dilemmas that plague this, yet strange and unknown, world, and their innocent hope of changing it for the better. 

These stories are Personal and universal; Introspective and inquisitive; Hopeful and angry. They are inward-looking and Outward-magnifying.......

Their young minds are looking ahead at the possibilities of the future, while still holding on to age old question of the nature of the ‘wall’ that demarcates what is right from what is wrong. As we read their stories, let us dwell on how they see the world, their hopes and aspirations.