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May 21
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Salt to the Sea: Sacrifice Requires Courage

     Poland, 1945. Thousands of refugees from many countries near Germany are fleeing the Soviet army. They all are trying to go to the same place: Gotenhafen; a port that holds the ship Wilhelm Gustloff. This ship, meant to hold about 2,000 souls, takes 10,000 refugees and German soldiers and leaves Germany. All is well until January 30, 1945. On that day, the Gustloff is torpedoed by a Soviet U-boat.…See More
May 19
Danielle Farag replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 4
"Today I had the privilege to listen to G.Neri. I loved listening to how all these stories came to be. G. Neri said something that struck home. He said that to write these books, he had to get out of his comfort zone and go out into the real world.…"
Feb 9
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Jan 17
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Acceptance is the Magic Word

                  Imagine you are a princess or prince living in a palace. You live a happy life, doing all the duties a princess or prince is expected to do and having fun with your family. Many years later, your mother dies. Your perfect world turns upside down. No one in your family is joyful anymore and your father…See More
Sep 14, 2016
Danielle Farag is now a member of The Fremd High School English Ning
Aug 25, 2016

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Letting Emotions Go: A Slaughterhouse 90210 blog (SPOILER ALERT)

Posted on May 20, 2017 at 11:30pm 0 Comments



"Something broke loose inside Dill's mind. Something that had been moored against the roaring tumult. It came untethered and crashed around with reckless abandon — burning, shattering, consuming. He stopped seeing color and all became a swirling, howling, leaden gray desolation. But the pain hadn't arrived. The way the sea…

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Salt to the Sea: Sacrifice Requires Courage

Posted on April 11, 2017 at 11:58pm 0 Comments

      Poland, 1945. Thousands of refugees from many countries near Germany are fleeing the Soviet army. They all are trying to go to the same place: Gotenhafen; a port that holds the ship Wilhelm Gustloff. This ship, meant to hold about 2,000 souls, takes 10,000 refugees and German soldiers and leaves…

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The Innocence is Gone

Posted on January 13, 2017 at 12:01am 0 Comments

      Youth, like myself, depend a lot on adults. Our parents take care of us and provide for us, teachers help us make a difference in the world, and governors and presidents make our country a better place. We are innocent of what they have to do to make the world we live in a suitable place for kids. The young minds of kids are innocent of all the stress and struggles adults go through. They don't…

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Learning From The Lives Of Those Who Died (The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau) (SPOILER ALERT!)

Posted on October 23, 2016 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

       Our world now is different from the world in the past. We have more resources and we have made a lot of medical innovations. The result is that the death rate is lower and people are living longer. It's not common that we…

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