Bio: Fiza Pathan is a teacher and an award winning author of seven books: S.O.S. Animals and Other Stories, Treasury of Bizarre Christmas Stories, CLASSICS: Why We Should Encourage Children to Read Them, So This Is Love-Collected Poems, NIRMALA: The Mud Blossom, CLASSICS: How We Can Encourage Children to Read Them, and “Flesh of Flesh” (Short Story). She is the recipient of the following awards: Mom's Choice Awards® Silver Award Recipient, Classics: Why we should encourage children to read them- Kindle version, Winner in the Education Category 2015 Beverly Hills International Book Awards, Classics: Why we should encourage children to read them–Paperback, Winner in the Education Category 2014 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Classics: Why we should encourage children to read them—Paperback, Winner in the Education Category Mom's Choice Awards® Silver Award Recipient, Classics: How we can encourage children to read them- Kindle version, Winner in the Reference Category 2014 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, NIRMALA: The Mud Blossom-Winner in the Category of Novella 2014 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award So This Is Love-Collected Poems-Winner in the Category of Poetry She regularly blogs on www.insaneowl.com and has her own website www.fizapathan.com. She shares reviews of books which she has read and enjoyed. Lately she has penned a few poems which you can read and enjoy on her blog. You may follow her on Twitter @FizaPathan or join her on Goodreads
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With the aid of this book, I want to propagate the importance of classics to everyone . . . every student, parent and teacher.
Through this book I shall introduce to you the various classics that have influenced me, the different skills one can develop by reading good literature and how sometimes good fiction makes reality a lot more tolerable.
With the aid of the various techniques mentioned in this book, I hope to propagate the reading of Classics to everyone . . . every student, parent, and educator.
Through the use of these techniques, parents and educators will be able to introduce students to the rich world of classic literature without the negative feelings that often result when students are exposed to new, more difficult material. The book also focuses on the importance of reading good literature, methods for encouraging students to do so, and the lifelong benefits children will reap from exposure to classic literature. It is my hope that this book will encourage everyone to make reading the classics a habit rather than a chore. We must do so, for the welfare of the modern generation and those to follow.