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The Search For Emmas Story isnt really a book it is kind of a how to guide and a fable in one In each chapter there is a section entitled Emmas Story To me this is like reading a childrens book where the characters are just being given something to do and not having any real rhyme or reason Also included in each chapter entitled Portfolio of Evidence The portfolio of evidence is very different from any other book Ive ever read because it goes through the whole thought process of how the author came up with the material she wrote about The way that the book is put together is very simple Its surprising that more people dont write books that contain facts and stories much the same way Think about how much more intriguing fictional mystery and detective novels would be if the author would have gone therough the extensive process that Martinello did in writing The Search For Emmas Story You would be able to follow the detectives thought process from the first clue to the moment they capture the criminal You would know all the questions and hunches that the detective was pondering throughout the whole novel I thnk that such a writing style would also be beneficial to textbooks and assignments for students Instead of just rambling off countless facts and trying to relate them together with no real clear background writing a textbook in such a style as this a student would be able to see the entire thought process of something like Bernoullis Principle in science or how the Pythagorean Theory works in math This would enable the student to fully grip the concepts being taught and understand why something is the way it is I completely understand how Mrs Martinello could have just fallen into becoming curious with Emma from something as simple as a picture Many people are intrigued by celebrities and others who are
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