Yesterday I posted an antique book for sale by Mary Godolphin (coolest pseudonym ever!) that uses a literary technique called, in words of one syllable. It was (and still is) commonly used for writing children's literature in simple one-syllable words that were easily understood by young readers. The Dick and Jane books are great examples of this style.
For today's blog post, I decided to combine a Photoshop lesson on writing a manifesto-type document with this elegant and uncomplicated method.
The Friends Manifesto in Words of One Syllable
|"syllable" doesn't count because it's part of the description|