Persuasive Writing

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Persuasive Writing Assignment: Imagine that you are an agent who is interested in publishing new authors. Choose any book you like and present the book to a publisher in New York. You want to be the person responsible for putting the book on the shelf. You should convince the publisher that the book is well worth and will do well once it is published. Use persuasive language and details from the book to prove your point. You will be graded on the following: persuasive language details from the book, and include three paragraphs containing at least 4 - 5 sentences each.  Also, make your essay look like a letter by include a salutation at the beginning of your essay (such as Dear Sir or Madam, or To Whom It May Concern, or make up a name such as Dear Mr. Smith,), and include a complimentary close at the end of your essay (such as Sincerely,or Sincerely Yours, or Yours Truly,) and include your name at the end| Dear Mr. Smith,

Diary of a wimpy kid, a charismatic and witty book about a young boy in middle school named Greg Heffley. This book has already been published over the Internet, and has become a major hit on, receiving over 20 million views. The author of the book Jeff Kinney takes his readers through the life of this young American preteen as he struggles through his first years of middle school. Originally the book was intended for younger audiences, but since it received so much popularity, the book now has audiences of all ages. And as each day passes by, new readers are approaching this captivating book on funbrain.com. “The best person I know is myself”, a quote from the book said by the protagonist, Greg Heffley. This book takes a realistic approach of all things children come across as they move on from elementary to...
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