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Jeff Kim commented on Junilane L.'s blog post How Do You Say...
"i like how he related it to a salad bowl"
May 22, 2014
Junilane L. joined Gary Anderson's group
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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
Jan 27, 2014
Mackenzie Cox commented on Junilane L.'s blog post A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
"I saw you reading this and it looked kind of interesting but, now that you have explained it it sounds like a great book! Thanks for sharing! :)"
Jun 3, 2013
Junilane L. replied to Anuhya Abbaraju's discussion What makes you smile?
"This is totally something you would do, Anuhya. What makes me smile is when other people smile. Like Manthra said, it is contagious!"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Ryan Chang's photo
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Bad Omen

"Caesar should have listened to his wife. Instead, his ego got the best of him."
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Ryan McMahon's blog post That trapped feeling
"Your first paragraph caught my eye. This book has an interesting concept, and it might be a book I might look into."
May 31, 2013
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Only a minute

"This picture shows the prevalence of the Internet in our society, and our daily lives. Who knew that this is all happens Ina span of a minute? This is such an interesting picture!"
May 31, 2013
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School

"Pretty much sums up my feeling right now. I know that it's not really the best mindset to have in high school, but sometimes you can't just shake off the thought of summer!"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Anuhya Abbaraju's blog post You have to be Stiff
"I find it cool how you are so set on becoming a doctor that you would read a book about it at this age. Not only did you stretch yourself by reading a book you wouldn't normally pick up, you've also given students who are interested in…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Jenna Schneider's blog post "All Will be Well"
"Mr. Anderson has always spoken highly of this book, so I've always been curious about it. I will probably be on the lookout for this book, because I want to find out what happens. Great job Jenna!"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Rucha Patel's blog post Life After Theft
"I remembered seeing this book when Mr. Anderson was passing it along, and The title caught my attention. I will probably look into this book more sometime, because it sounds like an interesting read. As for uniforms, I had to wear them all through…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Soumyaa Mazumder's blog post The Book of Lost Things
"I love books that incorporate fairy tales in them. I find it interesting how authors out their own twists in the classic fairy tales we know and love. This book sounds incredibly interesting, and I am looking forward to reading it in the future.…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Ben Jeon's blog post King Arthur's actual story
"You made a good point about stepping out of your comfort zone when it comes to reading books. It is a good way to challenge yourself, and like you said, to find something else that you never knew you might like. As for your book, I've always…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Derek C.'s blog post The Giver
"Good blog post Derek. I remember reading this in the 7th grade, and I have to say that it is probably one of my favorite books that I had to read for school. Their dystopian society was so different from ours, and it made me think about how much…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Sophia Peng's blog post push bi saffr
"I remember my brother telling me what the movie was all about, and feeling horrified at what I heard. Unfortunately, situations like this do happen in real life, and it is nice to see books like these shed light on these topics and help us be aware…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Brinda Dollu's blog post Living With Jackie Chan
"This is a great post, Brinda! I remember when Mr. Anderson was telling us about this book. I was on the fence about adding it to my must-read list, but your blog post makes me want to read it."
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Carly Roberts's blog post Ultraviolet
"Original does sound like the most appropriate Word for this book. I've never heard of those kinds of powers in any book I've ever read. It sounds like an interesting concept. Great job Carly!"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Jeemin Sim's blog post Chopsticks
"I had always loved mystery stories, and this sounds like an interesting one. I'm not really one of those people who think outside the box when it comes to reading, but from your description, it sounds like a book that requires just that.…"
May 31, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Ryan Klarner's blog post D.J. Rising
"I have always been curious about this book. I've seen it a couple times around, but I really never picked it up, because I didn't know what to make of it. The way you set it up makes me want to give this book a chance. Great blog post!"
May 30, 2013
Junilane L. commented on Enia Kiusals's blog post Jude the Obscure
"This book sounds really interesting. I am a person that really doesn't care whether a story ends happily or sadly, as long as the build up to the ending is good, and there are no plot holes. Anyways, this sounds like a unique plot line, and the…"
May 30, 2013

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A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

Posted on May 27, 2013 at 10:47am 8 Comments

               

               My final book blog post for my sophomore year is called A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. It is set in the future, where the general public has become unaware of a growing, violent youth culture in…

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Six Things I've Learned As I Reach the Halfway Point of High School

Posted on May 23, 2013 at 1:00am 15 Comments

                It seems just like yesterday when I walked into the halls of Fremd High School as an anxious little freshman, scared of getting pennies chucked at me by upperclassmen. Time goes by quickly. Just like that, I’m already at the halfway point of my high school career, and as I finish up my last two weeks of sophomore year, I realize that I’ve learned a lot of things already that I can use as I finish up my two years left in high school, and even…

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The Four Minutes that Changed Everything

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 11:08pm 4 Comments

                Imagine this: you are being driven to the airport by your mom, to catch a plane that will take you across the Atlantic Ocean to a wedding you don’t even want to go to. You and your mom are fighting all the way to the airport; a screaming match. You get to the airport, dragging around the  suitcases you’ve haphazardly packed at home because you were already running late, and just about when you think your day could not get any worse than that, you learn that you missed your…

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It's Kind of a Funny Story

Posted on March 31, 2013 at 11:13pm 9 Comments

                Most people, if not all, have felt a little less-than-average at some point in their lives. Many people struggle with self-esteem issues and self-doubt, and sometimes this leads to depression, or even worse, suicide. The book I read for the month of March is called It’s Kind of a Funny Story, written by Ned Vizzini. It is about a fifteen year old boy, Craig Gilner, who checks into a psychiatric hospital after trying to commit suicide.…

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