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Sep 23, 2015
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The Rise for What is Theirs

     Good Kings Bad Kings by Susan Nussbaum is the powerful tale of children with disabilities living in an institution in Chicago's South Side and their struggle for not only basic rights but their own survival. Residing at the Illinois Learning and Life Skills Center, the seven characters that the story revolves around are connected to each other by their disabilities and where they are because of them. What the reader soon learns is that the patients at the ILLC are not treated well at all,…See More
Jun 4, 2014
Eshwar Kishore posted a blog post

Fairy Tale Dream or Nightmare?

     The book Far Far Away by Tom McNeal is not only a wonderfully crafted and detailed book, but it is also deceptively haunting and grim. Without giving too much away, I can say that the reason I enjoyed this book so much was not only for the story that it told but for the story it didn't tell. Jeremy Johnson Johnson is a strange, reclusive little boy--not only because his mother is gone and his father rarely shows his face to anyone, much less his son--because he has the peculiar ability to…See More
Jun 1, 2014
Karolina Urban commented on Eshwar Kishore's blog post Meaningful Memories: Books
"Books that always seem to bring back memories of childhood are the Magic Tree House series thar I used to be in love with back in first and second grade. I think I read all 30 or however many of those books there were. Harry Potter also brings back…"
May 29, 2014
Erica Kim commented on Eshwar Kishore's blog post Meaningful Memories: Books
"Junie B. Jones reminds me of preschool. Best children's books ever. Hands down. Cam Jansen books were pretty good too. And obviously Harry Potter is going to be a big part of my childhood/adolescence/foreverlife."
May 29, 2014
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Hungry for Knowledge

"I think the most important thing is to learn as many things as you possible can, but not just learn them--truly understand them. The best way to learn, in my opinion, is to make sure you're always trying to learn, but that you always learn…"
May 29, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Leanna Rice 's blog post Summer 2014 Bucket List
"This is a really thorough list! I especially like #3, #10, and of course #50! I can't wait for the summer!"
May 29, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Lucky Nanduri's blog post WONDERful Words of Wisdom
"I've read this book multiple times, and I really enjoyed its main message about embracing what is different not only in other people, but in yourself. I think at the heart of "Wonder" is a lesson for all of us to get closer to out…"
May 29, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Ema M's blog post Natural Selection at its Finest
"Thanks for suggesting this book! It certainly sounds like something I'd like to look into--books with many different themes and messages are so interesting!"
May 29, 2014
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Beauty of Books

"I definitely also agree with this! Within books, we can all find constant support and with every page there is always a new lesson to be learned. And they hold so much knowledge that even rereading books leaves us with new ideas and a new…"
May 29, 2014
Eshwar Kishore posted a blog post

Meaningful Memories: Books

     One of my favorite memories of starting a new book is during the summer after first grade. After a busy day of doing six-year old things outside, I came inside for a break from the hot sun. There was my mom with the classic milk and cookies and my older sister with something even more satisfying--a thick paperback novel entitled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. One of the fondest memories that I have of the Harry Potter series is me curling up with that book on our living room sofa…See More
Apr 28, 2014
Eshwar Kishore replied to Emily Stearney's discussion What do you look for in a good writers week presentation?
"I feel like a good performer, whether it be for writers' week or anything in general, is someone who is able to connect with their audience. It doesn't matter who the audience members are, but if they leave your presentation with you…"
Apr 25, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Bhavya Thuthika's blog post One Love, Many Bodies- Every Day by David Levithan
"I've read this book, and I found it both empowering and meaningful. I agree with you when you say that it's out of the ordinary, and I liked it for the very concept of the story!"
Apr 25, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Kyle Nelson's blog post Trust Who You Want
"This sounds like a good book that has a strong message. You've convinced me to read it! The idea of not knowing who to trust seems like a very relatable topic!"
Apr 25, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Ishan Bhatia's blog post March Book Blog - Divergent
"I also really enjoyed this book! I thought it was well-written and although it contained the common theme of government control and self-freedom that a lot of sci-fi/ dystopian novels have, I found it unique nevertheless."
Apr 25, 2014
Eshwar Kishore commented on Joseph McMillan's blog post Just what caused The Giver?
"I agree with you very much! I think the Giver can be misunderstood as promoting seclusion and censorship, but what I agree with you it really promote is the idea of finding truth. As you said "relearning the truths of life itself" seems to…"
Apr 24, 2014

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Fairy Tale Dream or Nightmare?

Posted on May 29, 2014 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

     The book Far Far Away by Tom McNeal is not only a wonderfully crafted and detailed book, but it is also deceptively haunting and grim. Without giving too much away, I can say that the reason I enjoyed this book so much was not only for the story that it told but for the story it didn't tell. Jeremy Johnson Johnson is a strange, reclusive little boy--not only because his mother is gone and his father rarely shows his face to anyone, much less his son--because he has the peculiar…

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Meaningful Memories: Books

Posted on April 26, 2014 at 4:00pm 3 Comments

     One of my favorite memories of starting a new book is during the summer after first grade. After a busy day of doing six-year old things outside, I came inside for a break from the hot sun. There was my mom with the classic milk and cookies and my older sister with something even more satisfying--a thick paperback novel entitled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. One of the fondest memories that I have of the Harry Potter series is me curling up with that book on our living…

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The Rise for What is Theirs

Posted on March 20, 2014 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

     Good Kings Bad Kings by Susan Nussbaum is the powerful tale of children with disabilities living in an institution in Chicago's South Side and their struggle for not only basic rights but their own survival. Residing at the Illinois Learning and Life Skills Center, the seven characters that the story revolves around are connected to each other by their disabilities and where they are because of them. What the reader soon learns is that the patients at the ILLC are not…

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Where Does Creativity Start?

Posted on March 4, 2014 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

     There are so many places that we, as students, go in our daily lives after that bell rings at 2:45. Some of us go straight home for that five-hour catnap, some go to sports practice till the 5:25 bus, some of us get to rehearsal and stay there till 9:00 at night (on a good night), some of us relax in the library doing homework and being with friends, and some of us are after school to get to whatever club or activity they participate in once a week. What do we do there, though? In what…

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