Children are usually asked to write essays when they reach higher classes. But a child, who has no practice in writing imaginatively, can scarcely be expected to write well all of a sudden. This series of books on how to write essays is an attempt to catch them young. This is the first book in the series, and i aimed at helping children in classes IV to VI to write short paragraphs on different topics. The essays are arranged in increasing order of difficulty. The short essays in the book are intended to prod the child into thinking of similar topics and putting down his thoughts in good English. Once children begin writing when they are only eight or nine, they begin to write with ease, and once they get to higher classes, writing will be a breeze. The next two books in the series are for middle school students and senior school students. The books have been written in a simple style, to facilitate easy comprehension.
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