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Fiction Series: Part One

Fiction Series: Part One


Fiction novels allow us to experience life in ways that are otherwise unavailable to us. Recent research in neuroscience suggests that reading literary fiction helps people develop some of the most valuable skills necessary for a successful life. Some of these skills include: self-discipline, self-awareness, creative problem-solving, empathy, learning agility, adaptiveness, flexibility, positivity, rational judgment, generosity, and kindness, among others. Novels like Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper and Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde offer us the opportunity to expand our minds and strengthen our critical thinking skills.

Materials Needed:

The Prince and the Pauper, by Mark Twain

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Rober Louis Stevenson

  • Instructor: Ms. Kait Kaiser

  • Dates: Thursdays, September 2 - October 21 (8 weeks)

  • Time: 9-9:45 PM ET

  • Price: $50

  • Ages: 13 and above

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