Being asked to adapt Kipling’s The Jungle Book for those with limited literacy skills was an honor, though quite a challenge to alter his strategically chosen words. Living in Vermont, where Kipling spent time writing, Robert Frost scribed poems and talented writers continue to create, is one of my best life choices.
Like many writers, I recall early years of sitting at my parent’s desk, writing stories. I wrote poetry through my teen years, finding a level of comfort to make sense of the matters of racial discord and riots of the ’60s, the Vietnam war where two of my three brothers were stationed, and my own adolescent preoccupations with relationships. Writing is my equilibrium.
On this site under “Ideas Sheets” please find informational handouts that I often present to parents and professionals working with children with communication challenges. You’ll also find free articles about communication issues in Free Self-Published Articles.