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Part of That World

             As a kid, I and many others, watched Disney movies and the Disney channel. The many characters, and their lives made us curious. Their personalities helped for us to fall in love. One of my favorite Disney characters was Ariel. She was born a mermaid and was a mermaid for many years of her life, but with the help of an evil octopus she was able to get legs. The story then unfolds as a love story between her and Eric. Since Ariel had been swimming her whole life, her feet…See More
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Reasons to Read Thirteen Reasons Why

            I recently read the book, Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. The two main characters of this book are Clay Jensen and Hannah Baker. At the beginning of this story we immediately find out that Hannah Baker had killed herself. She left behind seven tapes with thirteen stories on them and a map. Each story was about one person and how that person changed her life, up to the point of her suicide. The book details how Clay feels when trying to cope with her death and it follows him…See More
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Normal Isn't Aways Normal

   Every Day by David Levithan took a new twist on the meaning of normal. By using the character, A, he was able to show us what it would be like living in a different body everyday. This character's normal is changing bodies daily, going to school and when A wakes up it is a new body. A wakes up in boy’s bodies, girl’s bodies, he really doesn't have a constant in life. Our normal is waking up, going to school, and coming home to the family that we see day after day. A is not supposed to change…See More
Dec 19, 2016
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It's Not Always Right In Front Of You

       Over the summer I had the joy of reading some amazing books two of which were, The Help, and The Maze Runner. The Help is a fictional novel about civil rights, whereas The Maze Runner is a fictional story about many boys trapped in a maze and their struggle to find a way out and a survive. The Help contains a story of two ladies, one white, and one African American. They are writing a book about the struggles African American maids have in Jackson.  It is such a great story that raises…See More
Sep 11, 2016
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Aug 23, 2016

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Part of That World

Posted on May 19, 2017 at 5:53pm 0 Comments

             As a kid, I and many others, watched Disney movies and the Disney channel. The many characters, and their lives made us curious. Their personalities helped for us to fall in love. One of my favorite Disney characters was Ariel. She was born a mermaid and was a mermaid for many years of her life, but with the help of an evil octopus she was able to get legs. The story then unfolds as a love story between her and Eric.

Since Ariel had been swimming her whole life, her feet…

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Reasons to Read Thirteen Reasons Why

Posted on April 11, 2017 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

            I recently read the book, Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. The two main characters of this book are Clay Jensen and Hannah Baker. At the beginning of this story we immediately find out that Hannah Baker had killed herself. She left behind seven tapes with thirteen stories on them and a map. Each story was about one person and how that person changed her life, up to the point of her suicide. The book details how Clay feels when trying to cope with her death and it…

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Find Her Before The Nazis Do

Posted on January 13, 2017 at 7:30am 0 Comments

 *SPOILERS FOR GIRL IN THE BLUE COAT BY MONICA HESSE*

       1.5 million children were killed in the holocaust. Millions more were at risk of being killed. Girl In The Blue Coat is a fictional story about the Holocaust. Hanneke is a young Jewish girl who works for the black market. One day a client of hers asks her to find a Jewish girl who mysteriously disappeared from a safe haven. Her name is Mirjam and if she if found, she will be sent to a concentration camp. She is…

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Normal Isn't Aways Normal

Posted on October 23, 2016 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

   Every Day by David Levithan took a new twist on the meaning of normal. By using the character, A, he was able to show us what it would be like living in a different body everyday. This character's normal is changing bodies daily, going to school and when A wakes up it is a new body. A wakes up in boy’s bodies, girl’s bodies, he really doesn't have a constant in life. Our normal is…

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