2/26/16 Recently, I finished reading The Hunger Games, an 374-page dystopian literature book by Suzanne Collins. Suzanne Collins is an American television writer and novelist, best known as the author of the New York Times best selling series The Underland Chronicles and The Hunger Games trilogy. The Hunger Games is a #1 New York Times … Continue reading Anthony’s Letter Essay #6 The Hunger Games
It’s a hot June day. A scorching 90 degrees. Were in the middle of Stratford in a small, 3 bed, 1 bath house. Me, my mom, and my brother begin loading boxes in the U HAUL and my mom’s blue car and drive to Easton. Right when I got to Easton I could tell … Continue reading The Last Unpacking
Dear Students, 11/20/15 Recently, I have finished reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Old School, a 217 page book by Jeff Kinney. This is the 10th book in the Wimpy Kid series. Jeff Kinney is a winner of many child awards and has over 150 million copies of the Wimpy Kid series. I choose … Continue reading Anthony’s Letter Essay #3: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Old School
I’m from that hardworking family who never fails to make me happy. Who puts my life before theirs and can always be there for you through the ups and downs that life has to throw. I’m from vacationing in Lake George on hot summer days. Going intense white water rafting. and eating s’mores by … Continue reading Anthony, Where Are You From?
Dear class, I have just finished reading Out of My Mind. A 295 page novel by Sharon M. Draper. 11 year old Melody, diagnosed with cerebral palsy, cannot walk or talk. Despite her parents’ best efforts, the outside world has defined her by her condition. Melody’s life changes when inclusion classrooms are introduced in her … Continue reading Anthony’s Letter Essay #12: Out of My Mind
I have read 9 books this trimester. I don’t think any books challenged me. The best book I read this trimester was The Bell Bandit by Jacqueline Davies. I really got into this book and I wanted to keep reading it all the time. My favorite author right now is either Jeff Kinney or Laurn … Continue reading Anthony’s Reading Reflection