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Maddie Z. commented on Tyler Johanson's blog post The Life of an Independent Reader
"I understand what you're saying about either not having time to read, or choosing something different to do. Lately, reading has been my go to on stressful days when there is a lot going on. I find that if I read instead of automatically…"
May 28, 2014
Lily Ho commented on Tyler Johanson's blog post The Life of an Independent Reader
"I, like you, didn't have much time to spend reading for leisure and right now I still don't have as much as I would like. I thought Life of Pi was a good movie but I haven't read the book yet, maybe I should check it out. I feel like…"
May 27, 2014
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The Life of an Independent Reader

Right at the beginning of the year I was exceedingly busy with soccer and school so I had no leisure time to read.  Not to say I would have actually used that time to read.  Well lets just say I had almost no extra time and when I did I would not use it to read.  Fast forward to the end of the year.  I have learned to manage my time better than I realized possible, and in fact, sometimes I want to use my extra time to read.  Now to fill in the the middle of the year.  I started off by reading…See More
May 22, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Cam Parker's blog post Freakonomics
"That is crazy to think that gangs are a part of are economics. I want to read this book now because it sounds like it would be a lot of disturbing facts about how our economy runs and I don't know that material well."
May 21, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Andrew Lundholm's blog post There’s a Chance you’ll find this interesting
"Wow that birthday paradox is really interesting this book sounds like it would make you wonder what kind of chances there are in the world."
May 21, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Joshua Lee's blog post Second Chance, Send -
"This really looks like a touching book.  I like the pictures you used in it, they really helped capture the image of him in Juvie."
May 21, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Joshua Lee's blog post Mayday, We have a Lockdown!
"I remember reading this book!  It was intense because there were so many life or death situations packed in there.  I would recommend to read the next book it is even better."
May 21, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on sammy levey's blog post Which dystopian world do you belong in?
"Yeah! No paper due in English anymore!  This post is awesome because I read Dystopian books pretty much the whole year and it is one of my favorite genres.  I would want to live in Legend because it would be cool to see the influence of…"
May 21, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Tarun P's blog post Accept and be Accepted
"The message in this book sounds really powerful, you got my interest."
Apr 23, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Kyle Nelson's blog post Trust Who You Want
"Good advice and connection. It seems like you really got a lot out of this book."
Apr 23, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Abhay Adhyapak's blog post Emotion among Explosions: Evil Genius
"That was really cool that you connected the action to his emotions and you did a really good job explaining this.  Also, nice media link."
Apr 11, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Thomas Morel's blog post Trust and the CARDINAL
"I agree with you at the end that trust is a necessity for humans to function longer, and nice use of quotes!"
Apr 11, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Nick seroni's blog post Fear Can't Be Burned- The Burn Journals
"I like how you describe his perspective changes and how he saw something really creepy controlling peoples behavior."
Apr 11, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Maya Mocarski's blog post 7 Reasons for Spring
"This is indeed a uplifting post! I would really like spring to overtake this exasperatingly prolonged winter.  I think that another reason for spring to begin is because the birds are already here but now they are freezing!   Fun fact, we…"
Mar 13, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Annie Zheng's blog post Lockdown
"I remember reading this book last year it was magnificent! It was truly enthralling!  "
Mar 13, 2014
Tyler Johanson commented on Eric Bennes's blog post A Killer Book...Literally
"That looks like a really informative book! I'm not sure if I would want to read something so violent though, but your post is thoroughly enjoyable."
Mar 13, 2014

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The Life of an Independent Reader

Posted on May 22, 2014 at 7:44pm 2 Comments

Right at the beginning of the year I was exceedingly busy with soccer and school so I had no leisure time to read.  Not to say I would have actually used that time to read.  Well lets just say I had almost no extra time and when I did I would not use it to read.  Fast forward to the end of the year.  I have learned to manage my time better than I realized possible, and in fact, sometimes I want to use my extra time to read.  Now to fill in the the middle of the year.  I started off…

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Imagine

Posted on December 19, 2013 at 3:36pm 6 Comments

 

Divergent by Veronica Roth

       Imagine having to choose family or freedom.. comfort or adventure and not knowing if the choice you made was for the best.  Well that's what Beatrice had to decide.  In her world there were 5 different factions to choose from…

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Chaos is Rising

Posted on October 17, 2013 at 2:27pm 1 Comment



Carter and Sadie need to find their dad. He got shoved into a golden casket and sent into the floor by this vicious red being.  After that their cousin takes them to the other side of the world in mere seconds and locks them up in a safe house.  From there it seemed like monsters just kept coming so Carter and Sadie had to run many times.They soon learn that they are possessing Gods and the world needs to be saved by…

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Hoot Goes the Nature Siren

Posted on September 3, 2013 at 8:30pm 5 Comments

Hoot

Tyler Johanson

Hoot is an interesting book about a boy that gets bullied in school, makes friends with a

shoe-less kid that runs, and a mean girl that plays soccer. You might think someone like this

would not make an impact on society but you are wrong. His name is Roy Eberhardt. It starts

with Roy watching a shoe-less kid running fast. He did not know if he was being chased, but

he looked like he was. Roy is suspicious so he follows him one day and ends up…

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