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This Group is for the Writers Week XX featured students!  From this page you will receive all the information you need to have a happy, successful Writers Week experience.  (You can also use this space to encourage each other.)Please note:  If you are joining this Ning for the first time, you must use your D211 email account.See More
Feb 11, 2014
Emily Worthem posted a blog post

Elsewhere

 Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin, is a captivating novel that is very different from the topics usually seen in teen books.  For example, most of the books I read revolve around the topic of young love and living your life to the fullest.  However, the interesting thing about this novel is that while it does have some romance in it, the…See More
Jun 6, 2012
Alex Vogelgesang commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Sing You Home
"I have read a lot of Jodi Picoult before. I think she does a good job at covering subjects that are very controversial. I have not heard of this book that she wrote, I would really like to read it!"
Apr 26, 2012
Arielle Jackson commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Sing You Home
"Hi! Im Arielle from Carbondale High School. I have heard of this author before but I have never gotten the chance to actually read her books. This book seems very intersting and emotional. It also has a pretty cool title. Im the kind of person who…"
Apr 19, 2012
Emily Worthem posted a blog post

Sing You Home

While it may not seem like this book, Sing You Home, was anything more than a teenage drama, it turned out to be a very memorable story.  The novel covered so many contraversial topics that by the end of the first few chapters I did not want to stop reading.The story begins with one of the main characters, a music therapist named Zoe Baxter, delivering a stillborn son. This event is heart-wrenching for Zoe, but is only the beginning of this woman's many troubles. After dealing with countless…See More
Apr 5, 2012
Emily Worthem and Claire Latourette are now friends
Feb 21, 2012
Claire Latourette commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Catching Fire
"Hi Emily! I've read all of the books in the series and I loved them! I probably finished each book within a two day window, they were that good! Which is your favorite? I loved the first one, just because of the initial start of being…"
Jan 25, 2012
Sarah Bounab commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Catching Fire
"I've read the series and I absolutely LOVED it!! Have you read the last book yet? Like Brie, I'm definitely  going to re-read the series before the movie comes out in March!"
Jan 2, 2012
Jacquelyn Watson commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Catching Fire
"I've read all three books and really liked them all and I'm so excited for the movie to come out.  Which of the books was your favorite?  Have you read all three of them?"
Jan 2, 2012
Brie Hirsch commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Catching Fire
"I've read all three books, but they were a while ago. Reading your blog has made want to read these again to prepare and refresh my mind in time for the movie. I was just wondering which specific pieces of the book made you want to keep…"
Nov 27, 2011
Becky Palarz commented on Emily Worthem's blog post Catching Fire
"Have you read all three books? Which one do you like the best. Becasue I personally don't like the second book as much as the other two because it doesn't have as much action. Also the trailer of the movie, I don't know if the…"
Nov 26, 2011
Emily Worthem posted a blog post

Catching Fire

          The novel Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins is a thrilling sequel to her first book, The Hunger Games.  The series picks up where it left off when the main characters, Katniss and Peeta, have just won the seventy-fourth annual Hunger Games.  However, to do this, the pair has defied one of the laws that the Capitol, or government, has made.  The law that they broke was them both winning the hunger games.  The object of the game is to hunt down and kill all of the other twenty-three…See More
Nov 22, 2011
Jacquelyn Watson commented on Emily Worthem's blog post A Shooting, An Affair, and A Choice
"Emily! I liked your blog and I've read a different book by Jodi Picoult but I might have to try these two also.  They sound really good.  Nice post! :)"
Oct 23, 2011
Emily Worthem posted a blog post

A Shooting, An Affair, and A Choice

By:     When we walked into kindergarten on the first day, our parents told us to do what the teacher said, make lots of friends, and be oursleves.  We had the intention to learn as much as we could and just have fun.  Back then, life was so easy.  No one really cared if you were "out of the loop" or "strange" or "a loser."  We simply accepted each other for who we were and moved on.  Sadly, over time, many people seem to lose this ability.  On the first day of high school we force ourselves to…See More
Oct 7, 2011
Emily Worthem and Olivia Nortillo are now friends
Sep 25, 2011
Amelia West and Emily Worthem are now friends
Sep 8, 2011

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Elsewhere

Posted on May 28, 2012 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

 

Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin, is a captivating novel that is very different from the topics usually seen in teen books.  For example, most of the books I read…

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Sing You Home

Posted on April 3, 2012 at 9:31pm 2 Comments

Catching Fire

Posted on November 20, 2011 at 10:02pm 5 Comments

    

     The novel Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins is a thrilling sequel to her first book, The Hunger Games.  The series…

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A Shooting, An Affair, and A Choice

Posted on September 6, 2011 at 6:09pm 1 Comment

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     When we walked into kindergarten on the first day, our parents told us to do what the teacher said, make lots of friends, and be oursleves.  We had the intention to learn as much as we could and just have fun.  Back then, life was so easy.  No one really cared if you were "out of the loop" or "strange" or "a loser."  We…

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