Halloween is coming up. Ooodles of candy are going to be eaten. Now imagine you are a piece of candy, and you are facing the mouth and teeth of a trick-or-treater. You must convince the child you should not be eaten but should be saved. Remember, effective persuasion uses examples and details. Don’t be afraid to use sensory details to describe the taste, smell, texture, and what you might look like to help support your position. Be creative!
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