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Ned Hayes at Boston Harbor School

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Ned Hayes presented at a school assembly a great discussion of what it means to be a writer, what it takes to write a book, and an overview of his new bestselling novel THE EAGLE TREE. Presented on 3/24/2017 at Boston Harbor School

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Ned Hayes at Boston Harbor School

  1. 1. Ned Hayes author of THE EAGLE TREE
  2. 2. WRITER
  3. 3. READING
  4. 4. REALLY READING
  5. 5. REALLY, REALLY READING
  6. 6. I like to write stories
  7. 7. I started writing like this
  8. 8. Sometimes I write like this…
  9. 9. Or like this…
  10. 10. This is still best for me…
  11. 11. I brought some notebooks here today…
  12. 12. While I’ve been writing over the years, I’ve done many different OTHER jobs…
  13. 13. Journalist
  14. 14. Carpenter
  15. 15. Teacher
  16. 16. Working for software companies…
  17. 17. My books started being published!
  18. 18. What would my next book be?
  19. 19. I started walking in the woods…
  20. 20. I started walking in the woods…
  21. 21. I remembered when I was teaching…
  22. 22. One boy loved trees…
  23. 23. He was autistic…
  24. 24. Autism…
  25. 25. Autism Spectrum Disorder
  26. 26. Every good story starts with… WHAT IF?
  27. 27. EXAMPLES of BOOKS…
  28. 28. WHAT IF he liked trees?
  29. 29. That meant I would have to learn about trees…
  30. 30. There are so many different kinds of trees…
  31. 31. Western Hemlock
  32. 32. Oak
  33. 33. Gingko
  34. 34. Cypress
  35. 35. Box Elder
  36. 36. Palm
  37. 37. Sassafras
  38. 38. Jacaranda
  39. 39. Mulberry
  40. 40. Douglas Fir
  41. 41. Ponderosa Pine
  42. 42. What if you saw this tree?
  43. 43. You’d want to climb it… !
  44. 44. Ponderosa Pine
  45. 45. Photo Synthesis
  46. 46. Carbon Cycle Air Sun light

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