Contact: Abigail Davidson, Publicist, WinePress Publishing Group, 360-802-9758, email@example.com
ENUMCLAW, Wash., Aug. 10 /Christian Newswire/ -- In this fast-paced generation, teens often connect with their friends through e-mail, instant messaging, or text messaging. But do they know how to slow down and share their thoughts through hand-written, heart-felt letters? "A Book of Idiomatic Phrases," new release from author Angela Muka [Pleasant Word] shares the secrets to basic letter writing skills teens will need to succeed later on in life.
Beginning with a dedication to Mother Teresa and containing two photocopied personal letters from Mother Teresa to Angela, makes clear Muka’s inspiration for the book. Handwritten notes were one of Mother Teresa's ways of communicating love and friendship to those dear to her, a tradition that has long since lost its place in our society.
Written in two parts, the first section of the book defines idioms, while the second is a guideline for letter writing. Muka demonstrates how to pen personal letters, thank you letters, resume cover letters, as well as formal business letters. Readers will also grasp the concept of idiomatic phrases as each is identified with uniqueness and charm. The author shares real life examples to enrich the lives of young and old alike. The knowledge of idiomatic phrases will empower teens to develop their reading, writing, and speaking skills.
"I feel my book will teach them how to use the idioms of the English language, learn how to write and construct phrases, and to speak intelligently. I also think it encourages each student to become a more compassionate person," says Muka regarding her book.
For more information, for a review copy, or to schedule interviews contact Abigail Davidson at 360-802-9758. To order your copy of "A Book of Idiomatic Phrases" you may call toll free 1-877-421-7323, order online at www.pleasantwordbooks.com, or visit your local bookstore.