Linda Davis-Kyle of WritingNow.com has been published in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia in a dozen countries. Her articles have appeared in professional journals such as Modern Drama in Canada, Bulletin of Bibliography in Great Britain, Caritas in Ireland, and Studies in English Literature in Japan and in periodicals such as World Travel Magazine in Australia and Healthy Options in New Zealand.
—Organic Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups—
Davis-Kyle's Kindle book, Organic Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups: Organic Food Recipes for Toddlers to Teens & Beyond (2017), introduces more than 40 colorfully illustrated organic fun food adventure recipes most of which are quick-to-fix for your younger tykes or to prepare as a team with your preschoolers. It encourages helping youngsters learn to make nutritious whole food choices that can put them on a path to lifelong better health. These whole food recipe adventures just may make responsible teen babysitters popular with the youngsters in their care.
The author encourages nourishing foods to build healthy bodies, minds, and spirits and to keep children trim. The book points out the critical need to protect our honeybees, lists an array of books and documentaries focused on organic foods, and celebrates the websites of more than 100 noble organic farmers and others who produce and support the use of organic foods.
—How to Motivate Teens to Write for a Cause—
How to Motivate Teens to Write for a Cause: Getting Nondyslexic & Dyslexic Teens to Write about Health & More (2017) features Scotland’s Martha Payne (writer and activist since age 9), Canada’s Rachel Parent (writer, anti-GMO activist, and speaker since age 11), and the USA's Jake Marcionette, New York Times bestselling author of the Just Jake series since age 12—to introduce these successful writers to pre-teens and teens to show them that they can write, too, if it is their goal.
Davis-Kyle offers dyslexic writers Agatha Christie, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Octavia Estelle Butler, illustrious writers of yesteryear, and Sherrilyn Kenyon, an international bestseller of today—all of whom began writing as early teens or even pre-teens—to help teens and pre-teens, who may be challenged with dyslexia, know that they, too, can achieve success writing if it is their ambition. To encourage dyslexics beyond their teen years, who also yearn to write, Davis-Kyle includes award-winning dyslexic writers—the late Daniel Eckstein, PhD, and Jeanne Betancourt—who began writing later in life. Eckstein wrote more than 20 books before his untimely death in 2013. Betancourt writes for TV and has written more than 75 books for children and young adults. Davis-Kyle also reminds readers of an innovation of the talented programmer Victor Widell of Sweden to help nondyslexics have an understanding of the challenge that some dyslexic students experience when reading. Teachers, parents, grandparents, adoptive parents, and foster parents who want to guide their young wordsmiths with their writing will find the book to be a great time-saver. Plus, the book will embolden teens and ’tweens who want to take it upon themselves to practice their writing. They will find How to Motivate Teens to Write for a Cause to be heaven sent for it understands and champions them when it may seem that no one else does.
—Teaching English to Children—
As the author of a perfect time-saving gift for your favorite teacher—Teaching English to Children: Reviewing Grammar with Fun Practices, Colorful Mind Maps & Fitness Games – Nutrition Tips & More (2017)—Linda Davis-Kyle features the impressive teen writers—Rachel Parent (writer, anti-GMO activist, and speaker since age 11) and Jake Marcionette (New York Times bestselling author of the Just Jake series since age 12)—to encourage pre-teens to want to write, too. [The former title was The Busy English Teacher's Fun Activities & Exercises for Pre-Teens.]
Davis-Kyle shares a treasure chest of activities from which teachers may choose their favorites to include as they create their own weekly or monthly lesson plans. Many exercises focus on teamwork and recognizing different points of view to prevent bullying. Davis-Kyle interweaves compelling American English language review practices with invigorating physical exercises to enhance language skills and physical fitness. Drawing activities fortify hand-eye coordination, stimulate imagination, and inspire visualization. Educators, parents, adoptive parents, and grandparents will find this Kindle book to be a time-saver for themselves and a confidence-building fun language review for their pre-teens and early teens.
Davis-Kyle's colorfully illustrated "Parts of Speech Mind Maps" help teachers engage non-dyslexic and dyslexic students to see words, sentences, paragraphs, and writing practice in a sparkling new light that fosters a love for learning. The "Focusing on Fitness Mind Map" reminds readers of numerous fitness opportunities that can help bring excellent health.
Inventive educators will find themselves modifying many of the activities shared in this time-saving supplemental text to suit many other school subjects.
—The Writer’s Friend—
Davis-Kyle is the principal author of The Writer's Friend: Behind the Scenes with Editors, a book that also included the writing of Joseph Gregg from the United States and Nancy McAlary from Australia (2000). Some of Davis-Kyle’s workshops for beginning writers include "Teaming Up with Your Inner Editor" and "Making Writing Your Best Friend." She has the reputation for helping her students and others discover their amazing talents, and she loves teaching workshops for beginning writers of all ages.
—Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups and Change Your Life with Martial Arts—
Parents, adoptive parents, and grandparents find her Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups: Your essential guide to family fun & good health (2003, 2005), an extension of talks for parents, to be a thought-provoking and empowering model to help nourish and nurture children. Change Your Life with Martial Arts: Your essential introduction to the martial arts (2002) helps adults and youth determine the martial art style best suited to them and the dojo best suited to their goals.