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The Beauty Within

They always say to never judge a book by its cover. How many times have you heard that said to you? How many of those times have you actually avoided looking at the cover and just started reading it? The reason why some covers are very attractive is so that the readers' eyes are drawn towards it. Basically, the point of a cover is to judge it. Although this phrase uses book covers as an example, it is usually used to show how it's never right to judge a person based on their appearance. The…See More
May 22
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Living a Paper Life

Have you ever gotten tired of your life? Maybe it was too boring or too fake. Do you ever wish that you could restart somewhere new and begin a better life for yourself- a life that you actually enjoy and are not bored by? Paper Towns by the well-known John Green is about a girl named Margo Roth Spiegelman who disappears her senior year of high school because she gets tired of living in her fake life.Paper Towns is from the point Quentin Jacobsen, a senior who goes by “Q”. His old friend,…See More
May 10
Meghana Mangalvedhe replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 5
"I went and saw the Kickback perform. It was definitely a great way to finish up and end Writers Week! Even though I couldn't hear most of the lyrics, and it wasn't always making sense, it was cool seeing the band play. They showed that…"
Feb 10
Meghana Mangalvedhe replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 2
"My favorite one today was from 7th period. It was a story called Milk which was written by a student, and it was funny to hear it. This comedic story contrasted greatly with the one in 8th period (the one with the death). Both of these stories have…"
Feb 7
Meghana Mangalvedhe replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 1
"I went during 8th period when Taylor Mali was performing. He did exceed my expectations and I think he did really well. He voice captured all of the students' attentions and no one was talking when he was saying a poem. Sometimes, I didn't…"
Feb 6
Meghana Mangalvedhe posted a blog post

The Struggle For Freedom - Spoilers

Jack lives in a small 7x11 room, about the size of a bedroom. There is a toilet and a bathtub in the corner,and a tiny kitchen on the wall. There is a bed in the center of the room, and there's a few other furniture around, like a dresser and a rocking chair. There is a single window on the ceiling. Jack has lived in that room for his entire life, not leaving the room once and unknowing to the world outside.Room is the story of a 5 year old named Jack and his mother. Jack’s mom was kidnapped by…See More
Jan 22
Meghana Mangalvedhe posted a blog post

Appearances Don't Matter

Life's not always perfect. There is always something blocking our way to having the best life. We will face many difficult challenges throughout our lifetime. We will also be judged for the way we look all through our life too, such as a job interview or at school.The book Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy is about a girl named Willowdean who considers herself “fat”. She had always been mostly okay in her body until her work crush Bo (who was liked by many girls) soon started showing interest in her. To…See More
Dec 14, 2016
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Oct 23, 2016
Meghana Mangalvedhe posted a blog post

What Death Can Do (Caution: SPOILERS) Summer Reading

Death can be scarring and haunting. It can affect a loved one’s entire life and can mentally harm them. The things that death can do to another person can be very frightening at times. It can also make life after death very hard to live through for others. Death can break families apart. Bring them together. As my summer reading books, I read Vanishing Girls and Hate List. Both novels had a common theme of death, which is an often-seen theme among YA novels.Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver is…See More
Sep 9, 2016
Meghana Mangalvedhe posted a blog post

What Death Can Do (Caution: SPOILERS) Summer Reading

Death can be scarring and haunting. It can affect a loved one’s entire life and can mentally harm them. The things that death can do to another person can be very frightening at times. It can also make life after death very hard to live through for others. Death can break families apart. Bring them together. As my summer reading books, I read Vanishing Girls and Hate List. Both novels had a common theme of death, which is an often-seen theme among YA novels.Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver is…See More
Aug 31, 2016
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The Beauty Within

Posted on May 19, 2017 at 6:30pm 0 Comments



They always say to never judge a book by its cover. How many times have you heard that said to you? How many of those times have you actually avoided looking at the cover and just started reading it? The reason why some covers are very attractive is so that the readers' eyes are drawn towards it. Basically, the point of a cover is to judge it. Although this phrase uses book covers as an example, it is…

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Living a Paper Life

Posted on April 11, 2017 at 6:20pm 0 Comments



Have you ever gotten tired of your life? Maybe it was too boring or too fake. Do you ever wish that you could restart somewhere new and begin a better life for yourself- a life that you actually enjoy and are not bored by? Paper Towns by the well-known John Green is about a girl named Margo Roth Spiegelman who disappears her senior year of high school because she gets tired of living in her fake…

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The Struggle For Freedom - Spoilers

Posted on January 12, 2017 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

Jack lives in a small 7x11 room, about the size of a bedroom. There is a toilet and a bathtub in the corner,and a tiny kitchen on the wall. There is a bed in the center of the room, and there's a few other furniture around, like a dresser and a rocking chair. There is a single window on the ceiling. Jack has lived in that room for his entire life, not leaving the room once and unknowing to the world…

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Appearances Don't Matter

Posted on October 23, 2016 at 8:50pm 0 Comments

Life's not always perfect. There is always something blocking our way to having the best life. We will face many difficult challenges throughout our lifetime. We will also be judged for the way we look all through our life too, such as a job interview or at school.

The book Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy is about a girl…

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