Inse was a shy and quiet boy, always nervous about speaking up in class. He would often sit in the back, hoping to blend in with the wall. His sister, Curity, was his complete opposite. She was outgoing and confident, always raising her hand to answer questions.
One day, the teacher asked a question that Inse knew the answer to. He felt the voice of insecurity creeping up, telling him not to speak up, that he would get the answer wrong. But Curity nudged him and whispered, “Remember the second transformation. Use your insecurity as inspiration.”
Inse took a deep breath and raised his hand. His heart was racing, but he felt proud of himself for speaking up. When he got the answer right, he felt a wave of relief wash over him.
As the day went on, Inse began to feel more confident. He started to see the good things in life and felt the voice of security guiding him. When he felt unsure or scared, he would think of his sister and the way she confidently tackled challenges.
Later that week, Inse found himself struggling with a math problem. He felt the voice of insecurity telling him that he was not smart enough to figure it out. But Curity reminded him of the third transformation, and Inse began to see the good in himself. He realized that he had solved similar problems before and could do it again.
The next day, Inse approached his teacher for help. He used his voice to ask for assistance, something he never would have done before. The teacher was happy to help, and together, they worked through the problem.
Inse was overjoyed when he finally understood the solution. He felt proud of himself for using his voice and asking for help. From that day forward, he made sure to speak up in class when he knew the answer, and he even volunteered to answer questions.
As the school year went on, Inse continued to use the five transformations. He saw the value in both the voice of insecurity and the voice of security, and he learned to befriend them both.
By the end of the year, Inse was a different person. He was confident and self-assured, and he had found his voice. He was no longer afraid to speak up in class, and he knew that he could accomplish anything he set his mind to.
The story is set in a typical classroom with desks and chairs neatly arranged in rows. The walls are decorated with colorful posters and students’ artwork. Inse is depicted as a small, shy boy with messy hair and glasses. Curity is a taller girl with curly hair and a big smile. As Inse gains confidence, he is shown sitting up straighter in his chair and making eye contact with his teacher and classmates. The scenery outside the window changes from a cloudy day to a sunny one as Inse’s outlook on life improves.
In conclusion, “Inse Finds His Voice” is a heartwarming story that teaches young children the importance of using their voice and facing their fears. The use of the five transformations makes it easy for children to understand and apply to their own lives. The descriptive scenery and relatable characters make it a best-selling children’s book that will inspire and empower young readers.