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Sep 27, 2014
Stephanie Mbi posted a blog post

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Close your eyes for a moment and just picture a small winged creatures, trapped behind bars.A creature that is the very symbol for freedom is put inside a container and has its actions restricted.I stumbled upon this wonderful book and was fascinated by this concept. I wanted to know the secrets behind the answer to such an intriguing question. Why exactly, does it sing? As I turned the pages, the answers were revealed to me and as the author, Maya Angelou, carefully composes a memoir in which…See More
Jun 5, 2014
Eunice Kim commented on Stephanie Mbi's blog post Do Clones Have A Soul?
"Great blog post Steph!  I'm going to have to agree with Rosaleen with this one. Human clones seem kind of cruel. It's kind of like forcing the dead to come back alive for the benefits of those who want the clones. I think that even…"
Apr 26, 2014
Stephanie Mbi posted a blog post

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (an eye-opening novel)

I passed by the book Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher on a bookshelf and I remembered reading an online text version of it. I remembered that I really liked reading the book, but I had forgotten some details from the book. I even forgot how the book ended! This was bothering me so I decided that it was necessary to re-read this eye-opening book.  The novel is…See More
Mar 31, 2014
Rosaleen Kim commented on Stephanie Mbi's blog post Do Clones Have A Soul?
"Hi Stephanie! I also think that creating human clones is going too far in technology. A dead person will always be dead. There's no point in making a clone. Yes the clone is a robot so it should not feel anything. haha. It would be pretty scary…"
Mar 20, 2014
Stephanie Mbi posted a blog post

Do Clones Have A Soul?

I found this book at Fremd's library while I was browsing for a new independent reading book to read. As usual, I randomly chose books from the shelves, judged many books by their covers, and decided whether it interested me or not. I continued this routine until suddenly my hands began to inch towards a very shiny, purple book. It looked so new that I had to open the book up and read the synopsis of the book. The story…See More
Jan 17, 2014
Stephanie Mbi commented on Grace Liu's blog post Ning: Love it or hate it?
"The Ning seems to be a very great website in general. You get to suggest great books to your classmates, you get to be suggested books by classmates, and it's just a nice place to post a blog about your thoughts. HOWEVER I feel that the reason…"
Dec 19, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Insiya syed's blog post A Surpirse Reaction to a Twist as Well as A Character
"Wow, the cover, although it does look kind of girly as you said, looks pretty cool! As for love triangle plots, I get annoyed from them as well. It makes me feel frustrated because usually the girl always ends up with the…"
Dec 19, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Stephanie Mbi's blog post Summer Reading filled with Science-fiction
"I actually didn't know that the last book came out until a few weeks after it was released! I tend to get information slower than everyone else. I really do recommend finishing the series! It's never good to stop mid-way! I still…"
Dec 13, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Rosaleen Kim's blog post The Last Letter, Walk, and Song...
"Hi Rosaleen! I've actually heard about this movie before, however I never really watched it or read the book. Although at first glance the book cover doesn't really look that interesting, I'm glad I've come to know, through your…"
Dec 13, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Vibha Pandurangi's blog post Survival, Loss, and Acceptance
"The Fault in Our Stars is a pretty popular book! I read it and it was pretty good, although it wasn't my favorite! I feel like I should actually read the book Life of Pi since I watched the movie. Usually the books are better than the…"
Dec 7, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Jenny Chu's blog post Fear Nothing and be Brave in the New World
"I also like reading criminal/detective books! I'm glad that Fear Nothing is a book where the scenes can be seen while reading it. I hate it when it's really hard to picture because there is so many complications. I might take a look at…"
Dec 7, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Eunice Kim's blog post Accelerando to Where She Went...
"I really like reading books with a sequel, but I agree with you that some books with a sequel can be ruined! I'm glad that for these books it wasn't the case. It's pretty cool how these books are told in different point of views.…"
Nov 23, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Angie Peng's blog post The Art of Procrastination
"It's strange because I had procrastinated my ning blog assignment and I bumped into this! I procrastinated too much and now its past the deadline for my assignment! :[ When I read your blog post about procrastination, I totally was just telling…"
Nov 23, 2013
Stephanie Mbi commented on Grace Liu's blog post After by Amy Efaw
"Wow, this book seems intense. I've read a couple of books that were a bit depressing, but eye-opening but none of them are coming into my mind right now. It's very interesting how ironic the situation is. Devon does not want to become what…"
Nov 15, 2013

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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Posted on May 16, 2014 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Close your eyes for a moment and just picture a small winged creatures, trapped behind bars.

A creature that is the very symbol for freedom is put inside a container and has its actions restricted.

I stumbled upon this wonderful book and was fascinated by this concept. I wanted to know the secrets behind the answer to such an intriguing question. Why exactly, does it sing? As I turned the pages, the answers were revealed to me and as the author, Maya Angelou, carefully composes…

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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (an eye-opening novel)

Posted on March 17, 2014 at 10:25pm 0 Comments

I passed by the book Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher on a bookshelf and I remembered reading an online text version of it. I remembered that I really liked reading the book, but I had forgotten some details from the book. I even forgot how the book ended! This was bothering me so I decided that it was necessary to re-read this eye-opening book.  …

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Do Clones Have A Soul?

Posted on November 28, 2013 at 12:14am 2 Comments

I found this book at Fremd's library while I was browsing for a new independent reading book to read. As usual, I randomly chose books from the shelves, judged many books by their covers, and decided whether it interested me or not. I continued this routine until suddenly my hands began to inch towards a very shiny, purple book. It looked so new that I had to open the book up and read the…

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Summer Reading filled with Science-fiction

Posted on September 2, 2013 at 8:30pm 2 Comments

My summer reading books were all hastily chosen due to my persistent procrastination of not selecting a book to read until the very morning of when book selections were due. I’m sure it has happened to everyone right? Fortunately I had one of my book loving friends around and she randomly selected a few of her favorite books that she had read during the course of the school year. All of the books she suggested were books I had never heard of before and had no idea what they…

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