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Isolation in a Nutshell

“I’m Eadlyn Schreave, and no one in the world is as powerful as me” (Cass, 128) “It wasn’t simply a desire to be independent; there was a wall around me, and I wasn’t completely sure why. But wall or no wall, I’d made a promise” (Cass 102) “I knew I wanted my independence, and the idea of any man coming up behind me trying to fix my work or do it for me was unacceptable. Then I thought of Dad’s gray hairs, slowly mixing in with the blond, and wondered how far I’d go to make his life easier. “…See More
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The Fate of the Beauty and the Circus

           Our fates are foretold everyday all around us, right under our…See More
May 15
Hira Baig replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 4
"Watching writers week for the first time with students was quite a journey. I was amazed at how each writer brought his/her own voice and style into his/her writing and how captivating their stories were. Definitely a good day."
Feb 12
Hira Baig replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 3
"In first period, A.J.Pine shared her insight on the writing world an what it means to be an author, along with how to get there. She gave a realistic approach on a public figure like herself, and I could really understand her struggle with getting…"
Feb 8
Hira Baig posted a blog post

A Key to Sarah's Key

          Regret. Just a six letter word but it means so much more to everyone who has experienced it, and yes, we all have experienced it in our lives many, many times. Maybe it was the time you said something you instantly wanted to take back, or, when that D- on that math test you took last week came crawling back to you. The topic of regret is such a powerful broad topic and there are so many ways to look at it that this book alone cannot fully cover it all, however it is a beautiful read…See More
Dec 19, 2016
Hira Baig posted a blog post

The Good Earth in Translation

What do you visualize when you hear the word “hardship”? Is it getting through a tough math test at school? Or is it something that runs deeper than that, something which needs a great sacrifice which demands a courageous, determined person to overcome it? Whatever your definition of hardship may be, there is no doubt that great hardships cause us to sacrifice meaningful things, whether it be time, money, or sweat. In Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok, the main character, Kimberly Chang, has a…See More
Aug 31, 2016

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Isolation in a Nutshell

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“I’m Eadlyn Schreave, and no one in the world is as powerful as me” (Cass, 128)

 

“It wasn’t simply a desire to be independent; there was a wall around me, and I wasn’t completely sure why. But wall or no wall, I’d made a promise” (Cass 102)…

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The Fate of the Beauty and the Circus

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The Message of Justice Brought by the Messenger of Fear

Posted on January 18, 2017 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

What punishment would you give someone who killed someone in order to save something else? Time in jail? Or perhaps the death sentence? However, would you ever think of going into their minds and to find out their worst fear and force them to live through it? The Messenger of Fear by Michael Grant offers a fresh new perspective on the punishments that people need to receive for committing crimes they…

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A Key to Sarah's Key

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

          Regret. Just a six letter word but it means so much more to everyone who has experienced it, and yes, we all have experienced it in our lives many, many times. Maybe it was the time you said something you instantly wanted to take back, or, when that D- on that math test you took last week came crawling back to you. The topic of regret is such a powerful broad topic and there are so many ways to look at it that…

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