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Caroline Prescott posted a blog post

For One More Day: A Review

            I decided to read this book because the author, Mitch Albom, wrote The Five People you Meet in Heaven which I have heard nothing but rave reviews about. But by reading the synopsis, what I concluded was that it would be a sappy story about an ex-baseball player. Considering I have the athletic ability of a baby…See More
May 20, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Nick Vucovich's blog post Thinking in Pictures: My Life with Autism
"I have not read this book but I saw the movie and loved it. It's an extremely relavent story and Temple Grandin is an individual that resonates with so many familes such as yours. Great post, thank you for sharing this."
May 14, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Andrea Nicholson's video
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Teens React to The Fault In Our Stars

"The Fault in Our Stars is one of my all time favorite books. John Green's style of writing is so compelling and the content of the book is so heart-wrenching. I hope the movie is just as excellent as the book!"
May 14, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Ishan Bhatia's blog post How Music Affects Us
"Yes! It is all about finding the right intrument or musical style for you. Music definitely connects people and I am so happy that you are able to see that! Great post!"
May 12, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Priyanka Chaudhuri's blog post Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
"I love the idea of this book. I think I'd really enjoy te fact that the main girl isn't a typical romantic novel protagonist and brings some spunk and charisma. Thanks for the suggestion!"
May 12, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Sam Campbell's blog post Why Aren't I Friends With Mindy Kaling?
"I love Mindy Kaling! She is so funny and  I really respect her. Based off of your review, I think I would love the book too! Thanks for the suggestion!"
May 12, 2014
Tracy Bourgon commented on Caroline Prescott's blog post Looking for Alaska: A Review
"I read The Fault in Our Stars and loved it so I'll definitely have to check this one out! I think this sounds like something I'd like."
May 12, 2014
Rosa Li commented on Caroline Prescott's blog post Looking for Alaska: A Review
"I think that looking for Alaska is a great book and it tells to story of some regular teenagers which is hard to find in a book, the story feels so real, it was a really good read."
Mar 22, 2014
Priyanka Chaudhuri commented on Caroline Prescott's blog post Looking for Alaska: A Review
"The Fault in Our Stars is one of my favorite books too and I can't wait to read Looking for Alaska! "
Mar 21, 2014
Caroline Prescott posted a blog post

Looking for Alaska: A Review

        I have to admit, I was apprehensive to take a dive into John Green's Looking for Alaska. His most famous book, The Fault In Our Stars, is one of my favorite books of all time. I was worried that reading Looking for Alaska might ruin my thoughts on John Green if it didn't meet up to par with my love for The Fault in…See More
Mar 21, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Caroline Prescott's blog post The Musician's Soul
"I definitely have always thought about what is behind a page of sheet music. Sure there are measures and notes that give the song rhythm, melody, and flair, but I always like to think about the heart and soul that went into creating the piece.…"
Mar 20, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Morgan R.'s blog post Wonder
"I think that Wonder is an awesome book. Although targeted for a younger audience, the universal themes can connect to people everywhere, and I think that it is even a book that could eventually be incorporated into curriculums of primary education…"
Mar 20, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Mia Voehringer's blog post Perks of Being A Wallflower is perfect and completely underrated: A Rant by Me
"Preach it Mia! Perks of being a Wallflower is one of the most beautifully messaged and intricate books I have ever read. The characters have so much depth, and it is truly an inspirational story that so many people can connect with. I'm so glad…"
Mar 20, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Dave Blanchette's blog post Just One Day
"I'm so glad you enjoyed this book! I have also heard really good things about it. I was pretty shocked when I saw you first reading this book, but I give you mad props for keeping with it and actually finding pleasure from this romance novel!…"
Mar 20, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Josh Pankratz's blog post The Road, A Review
"I completely agree that the post-apocalyptic future theme is being way over-used lately. After reading this review though and how high quality you find the writing to be, I may have to give this book a try and attempt to get past the whole…"
Mar 20, 2014
Caroline Prescott commented on Nick Vucovich's blog post The Grapes of Wrath
"I have seen this done in play form! I honestly thought it was a pretty boring production, and extremely long. If you recommend it though, I might have to give it another try and see what the book can bring to the story!"
Mar 20, 2014

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For One More Day: A Review

Posted on May 19, 2014 at 10:13pm 0 Comments

            I decided to read this book because the author, Mitch Albom, wrote The Five People you Meet in Heaven which I have heard nothing but rave reviews about. But by reading the synopsis, what I concluded was that it would be a sappy story about an ex-baseball player. Considering I have the…

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Looking for Alaska: A Review

Posted on March 20, 2014 at 10:36pm 3 Comments

        I have to admit, I was apprehensive to take a dive into John Green's Looking for Alaska. His most famous book, The Fault In Our Stars, is one of my favorite books of all time. I was worried that reading Looking for Alaska might ruin my thoughts on John Green if it didn't meet up to…

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The Musician's Soul

Posted on January 9, 2014 at 11:36pm 2 Comments

                        The first book of the quarter that I read is "The Musician's Soul" by James Jordan. I could not help but let my inner music nerd roam free as I deeply read through this book, unwilling to put it down. This is a nonfiction book that not only explores various musical techniques and artistry, but rather puts into perspective the importance of music in society and our culture.

                       James Jordan is a prominent musical figure and conductor at the…

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A Lovely Review of The Lovely Bones

Posted on October 24, 2013 at 10:23pm 0 Comments

              For my independent reading book, I read The Lovely Bones written by Alice Sebold. This book came as a huge surprise to me. The content of this book is extremely dark and disturbing, so I was not expecting to like the book as much as I did simply due to what the plot consisted of. The book centers around a girl, Susie Salmon, who was murdered at age thirteen. It follows the story of her family, and how the people in her life deal with her death as well as discovering…

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At 11:39pm on September 4, 2011, Isaiah Sanderman said…
Is this the famous Caroline Prescott?

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