Daily Archives: May 15, 2016

Madigan’s Letter Essay #8 – Unbroken

During Spring Break, I finished reading Unbroken, a 473 page Informational/Autobiography book by the besting selling author of Seabiscuit and A Sudden Illness, Laura Hillenbrand, which tells of what it was like battling Chronic Fatigue Syndrome without her family and having to drop out of college, which I was surprised because she writes beautifully. Unbroken and … Continue reading Madigan’s Letter Essay #8 – Unbroken

Kiki’s Letter Essay #8: Guitar Notes

Recently i have just finished Guitar Notes, a realistic fiction 296 page novel by Mary Amato. Mary Amato is an award winning children’s and Young Adult, poet, playwright, and songwriter. Her books have been translated into multiple languages and has won many awards and nominees. I chose to read Guitar Notes because when I read the back … Continue reading Kiki’s Letter Essay #8: Guitar Notes

Michael’s Letter Essay #8: The Compound

I have been recently reading The Compound, a 256 paged book that takes the genre of fiction. The book was published by SA Bodeen. SA has written other books such as The Raft and The Garden. The Compound is #1 of a multi-book series. The novel was originally published in 2008. Eli Yanakakis is not … Continue reading Michael’s Letter Essay #8: The Compound

Letter Essay #8- Double Identity

I recently read a 2005 novel by Margret Haddix; Double Identity. This mystery teen novel is a great read. Margret Haddix is a 52 year old woman who has wrote a ton of novels. She is known for her two series; Shadow Children and The Missing. Margret grew up on a farm and then went … Continue reading Letter Essay #8- Double Identity

Letter Essay #8: Animal Farm

Greetings Mr. Jockers, For my 8th Letter Essay I picked George Orwell’s 1945 novel, Animal Farm!  Animal Farm was dystopian novel which contained 141 pages. George Orwell’s real name was Eric Blair. George Orwell was just a pen name.  George Orwell was born on June 25, 1903 in Motihari, India.  He grew up in England … Continue reading Letter Essay #8: Animal Farm