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sabra gerber commented on Abbie Stelnicki's blog post Quarter 4 Blog Post. The Maze Runner
"So what made you push through to chapter 17? And what changed then?!"
Jun 2, 2014
Emma Heinlein commented on Abbie Stelnicki's blog post Unwind. Quarter 2 blog post
"I'd be very discouraged and shocked. I love how you start by talking about all of the characters, and then tie them all together. Awesome job!"
May 27, 2014
Emma Heinlein commented on Abbie Stelnicki's blog post Quarter 4 Blog Post. The Maze Runner
"You did a great job talking this book in an exciting way. I will definitely put it on my summer reading list. Good job!"
May 27, 2014
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Quarter 4 Blog Post. The Maze Runner

What if you were sent to a strange place with strange people and the only thing you could remember was your name? What if you didn’t know why you were sent there or what you were supposed to do when you got there? In The Maze Runner that’s exactly what happens. The main character’s name is Thomas and that’s the only thing he can remember when he enters The Glade. That is the only thing anyone can remember when they first enter The Glade. They know that every week many supplies and foods are…See More
May 22, 2014
Meghan Hathaway commented on Abbie Stelnicki's blog post Unwind. Quarter 2 blog post
"I would feel very angry with my parents if they did this to me. I would feel betrayed. Also, I think I would try to run away. Great job explaining the book, you convinced me it would be a great read. "
May 22, 2014
Meghan Hathaway commented on Abbie Stelnicki's blog post Life As We Knew It quarter 1 blog post
"Great blog post! This book seems really interesting and I think I might give it a try! Great job explaining the book!"
May 22, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Katherine Kostidis's blog post What Happened That Summer?
"This sounds like a good book and you summarized it well and didn't give anything away. Nice post."
May 21, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Brenna Knippen's blog post "Before I Fall"- Sweet, Funny, and Bittersweet
"This sounds like a really good book. Nice post! I like the video."
May 21, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Athena Hung's blog post Throne of Glass - Sarah J Maas
"This sounds like a good book. I like how you said what you liked about it. Nice post!"
May 21, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on sammy levey's blog post Which dystopian world do you belong in?
"I would pick Brave New World because I guess if I didn't even know what free will was, I wouldn't know what I was missing so I would probably be happy."
May 21, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Joshua Lee's blog post Mayday, We have a Lockdown!
"I've heard about this book and it looks really good. Your post makes me think I might like it. Good job."
May 21, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Arlin Carrillo's blog post The Book Thief, Courage beyond Words.
"Great post.  I really want to read this book!"
Apr 24, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Meghan Hathaway's blog post People Are Never What They Seem to Be
"I have read The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns, An Abundance of Kathrines, and Looking for Alaska.  You did a good job of explaining this book.  Nice post."
Apr 24, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Sahithi Muppalla's blog post A Truly Extraordinary Book
"If I were Bryce I would probably still be angry at my friend and boyfriend.  I haven't read the book so I can't really say but she seems like a great protagonist to me because she was able to overcome the difficulties and be the…"
Apr 24, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Emily Keith's blog post Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close:A Story of Forgiveness
"This is a really good post.  I haven't read the book but I think now I will.  It sounds like it's really good."
Apr 24, 2014
Abbie Stelnicki commented on Ishan Bhatia's blog post March Book Blog - Divergent
"I read the book and I thought it was really good and you did a good job of explaining it.  Nice post."
Apr 24, 2014

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Quarter 4 Blog Post. The Maze Runner

Posted on May 21, 2014 at 10:02pm 2 Comments

What if you were sent to a strange place with strange people and the only thing you could remember was your name? What if you didn’t know why you were sent there or what you were supposed to do when you got there? In The Maze Runner that’s exactly what happens. The main character’s name is Thomas and that’s the only thing he can remember when he enters The Glade. That is the only thing anyone can remember when they first enter The Glade. They know that…

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Unwind. Quarter 2 blog post

Posted on December 19, 2013 at 9:10pm 8 Comments

  What if your parents signed an order for you to be taken apart and used for the good of others?  That’s what happens in the book Unwind.  When you turn sixteen your parents make a decision: they can keep you in one piece or have you unwound.  This story focuses on three kids that are about to be unwound and how they try to escape their fate.

        One of the kids is Connor.  Connor is rebellious and doesn’t always do the…

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Life As We Knew It quarter 1 blog post

Posted on October 17, 2013 at 4:48pm 7 Comments

Abbie Stelnicki

Life As We Knew It

 

            What would you do if life as you knew it came to an end?  For Miranda that’s exactly what happened.  Miranda had a pretty normal life: her parents were divorced and her dad remarried and now had a baby on the way.  She had two brothers: Matt who is in college and Jon who is in junior high.  Miranda goes to high school and she is on the swim team.  She and her…

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The Face on the Milk Carton- Summer Reading

Posted on August 28, 2013 at 8:00pm 2 Comments

Abigail Stelnicki

          What if you were kidnapped and you didn't even know it?  Well that’s what happened to Janie Johnson who's real name is Jennie Spring.  The Face on the Milk Carton is about a sophomore in high school who lives a normal life just like everyone else.  But one day when she is at lunch with her friends, she picks up a milk carton to take a drink and she sees the missing child’s picture on it.  When she sees the picture, she recognizes it as herself, Janie…

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