Monthly Archives: October 2015

Letter-Essay #1 (Teacher Model): The Little Prince

Recently, I finished reading The Little Prince, an 83-page fantasy book by a Frenchman named Antoine de Saint-Exupery, who piloted planes during the Second World War and who disappeared in 1944, a year after The Little Prince was published. The Little Prince is one of the most famous books ever. It has sold more than … Continue reading Letter-Essay #1 (Teacher Model): The Little Prince

Factory Frogs

It was a cold and wet November day when a family friend who was also a doctor told Tyler Burbank he had about one year left to live. He was twelve. He’d most likely die before doing the things kids his age fantasize about doing once they are full-on teenagers; the disease in his blood … Continue reading Factory Frogs