July 2012 Blog Posts (10)

Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley

If nothing else, the fact that it is the middle of the summer and I am writing on a school blog should convince you that this book made an impact on me. 

Where Things Come Back is about Cullen Witter's small-town life, which is dramatically shaken up when his younger brother, Gabriel, disappears. As the paths of the many characters cross and divide, a picture of what led to the disappearance and the mourning that follows appears. Cullen makes a convincing teenager.…


Added by Anna Feldmann on July 21, 2012 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment

Nerdy Post: Books for the Summer!

I blame Mr. (R) Anderson. I really do. I used to be able to just read books and be done with them, but through all the books I've read this summer, there has been a little part of my brain thinking, "How will I blog about this? What adjectives describe the characters? Who else would enjoy this book?" Thank you, sophomore English class. So, here I am on a Saturday morning in July, blogging about the books I've read so far just because I want to. 

For those of you who are…


Added by Amelia West on July 14, 2012 at 11:00am — 2 Comments

Stunning, A pretty little lairs novel.

In the 11th book of the pretty little lair series, Stunning, by Sara Shepard, you reconnect with Aria, Hannah, Emily, and Spencer. After starting their senior year, all of their secrets are coming back to haunt them, along with a new A. The Girls begin to suspect a woman, Gayle, might be "A", when she comes to Rosewood and begins to harass them. It is revealed that Emily backed out of a deal to let Gayle adopt her daughter in exchange for $50,000 paid under the…


Added by Tara Kelly on July 2, 2012 at 5:57pm — No Comments

Last blog post for this summer!! (The Merchant of Venice)

            For my Independent reading blog post, I read book named "merchant of Venice" written by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare has written 154 sonnets, 38 plays, and 2 narratives Shakespeare is a name that almost everybody knows. People love his works, and say he is the most genius man to have lived.…


Added by Kevin J. Chae on July 2, 2012 at 3:27pm — No Comments


This book I have recently finished is Slam! It is written by Walter Dean Myers. He is the author of many more books I have loved and read. Slam! is about a young man living in the ghetto. He used to play basketball for a championship high school team. He thinks he can make it to the NBA because he can slam it down over anyone…


Added by Eduardo Amador on July 2, 2012 at 11:00am — 2 Comments


The book that I read is IBOY. This is a story of a 16-year-old teenager named Tom Harvey who lives in a town near London named Crow town. Like many teenagers, he was in love with a girl. Her name was Lucy Walker. But on one day his whole life changed. On Friday, March 5, a 32GB IPHONE 3GS shattered his skull and small pieces of the IPHONE are now inside his brain. He can hack in to anything in the world but as soon he activates his "super power." He starts…


Added by Antonio Melesio on July 2, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments


In Game, the main character, Drew, is working toward his lifelong dream. Drew believes if he works hard enough, he can make it in the NBA and become known throughout the United States. In Game, Drew's season comes to a devastating end. A loss in the state tournament brings the team to tears. Drew feels like his whole world is crashing down on him. He feels like everything he has worked for has come to an end. Following the end of the season, came…


Added by Ryan Kraske on July 2, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments

Black and White fall down!

I just finished reading the book Black and White by Paul Volponi. This was the best book I have ever read in my life. I haven't read many books in my life, so it wasn't hard for this book to be my favorite. The scene where Marcus [one of the robbers] was handcuffed, it created drama because all of his friends and family were so disappointed and didn't think that he could do such a bad thing. It's a very dramitic book because two friends' friendship is in jeopardy. It shows how two…


Added by Bailey R Queen on July 2, 2012 at 10:30am — 3 Comments

Perfect You- everything is not perfect!

            For my second independent reading book, I got the chance to read Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott. This book is about a girl named Kate. She lives with her father and older brother, who is graduated yet still living with them. Her…


Added by Hiba Khan on July 2, 2012 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

Would you keep a secret?

To me, the book, The Da Vinci Code, is a very slow book. It is because the book includes lots of descriptions. But it has a good amount of actions and twists, which keeps your brain working throughout the entire book. I personally like mystery books, so it was a good book to read, for me. I am close to finishing the book, and it seems like there will be more mysteries, even up to the very end of the book. There are two main characters in this book, who are the suspects of the murder…


Added by Ko Matsuda on July 2, 2012 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

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