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Here are some books you might like to read. They represent one of the eight reasons for writing emphasized in this book. In Chapter 18 you will practice writing to persuade. The books described on these pages can help to prepare you for the writing assignments in that chapter.
The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt to His Children
edited by Joseph Bucklin Bishop
Theodore Roosevelt had five children. He couldn't always be with them, so he wrote letters telling them about the places he went and the people he met. He told them to be good, and he explained why he felt the way he did about their performance in school and in sports. When his children were very young, he sent them picture letters! This is an entertaining book that will show you the funny, loving, silly side of an American President.
"The Merchant of Venice" from Tales from Shakespeare
by Charles and Mary Lamb
Shylock is a moneylender who charges high interest. He also hates Bassiano. When Bassiano asks to borrow money from Shylock to help a friend, Shylock agrees to lend it and to charge no interest. Bassiano is surprised until he learns that if he cannot repay the money, Shylock will take a pound of his flesh. When Bassiano can't repay the money, clever Portia makes a persuasive speech for mercy. Will it move Shylock, or must Bassiano die to repay his debt?


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