I have recently completed reading The Maze Runner by James Dashner. The Maze Runner is a 375, dystopian fiction novel. The Maze Runner is about a teenage boy named Thomas, he wakes up in a box traveling upwards to a place that he has no recollection or knowledge of. This place is called The Glade, … Continue reading Andrew’s Letter Essay #7-The Maze Runner
I have completed reading Nazi Hunters by Neal Bascomb, it is a 256 page nonfiction novel. I read this book because I am extremely interested in World War 2, because there are so many different aspects to study. I also read this book because last year, I read Bomb by Steve Sheinkin. It was related … Continue reading Andrew’s Letter Essay #5: Nazi Hunters
Everybody makes mistakes, everyday. Some big, some small. Some mistakes people won’t remember, or some they will never forget. I have made many mistakes in my life, here is the story of my probably my worst one. It was not my fault. I used to live in New Hampshire in a small town, but it … Continue reading The Art of Losing Composure
I have recently completed reading Holes by Louis Sachar. Holes is a 233 page realistic fiction novel. I chose this book because I have read this book before. I didn’t really understand it so I read it again. Louis Sachar is a 61 year old realistic fiction author, he attended University of California at Berkeley, … Continue reading Andrew’s Letter Essay 3: Holes
Andrew, where are you from? Where are you from, Andrew? I’m from being on the soccer field four days in a row, or playing in games that were too tense to forget, Remembering watching my first soccer FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid in a league game on FOX I’m from trips with the ECC to … Continue reading Andrew, Where Are You From?
I have read 10 books this trimester, that puts me really close to completing the 30 book challenge. The only book that challenged me this trimester was The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime because they it was written in the U.K. so the language is a little bit different. My favorite book … Continue reading Andrew’s T2 Reading Reflection