Recently, we finished reading Catching Fire, a 391 page dystopian novel written by Suzanne Collins. Catching Fire is only one of the many best-selling books written by Suzanne Collins. This novel is the sequel to the well-known book The Hunger Games. Both The Hunger Games and Catching Fire have won many prestigious awards some being … Continue reading Letter Essay #9 Catching Fire →
Recently, I finished the book A Wrinkle in Time, a classic novel written by Madeleine L’Engle. She was born on November 29th, 1918 and lived in New York City until the age of 12. After she was married and had a baby girl, they all moved to Connecticut in a small dairy farm village. … Continue reading Chloe’s Letter Essay #7 →
Letter-Essay 6 Chloe Rozendaal Mr. Jockers ILA/ P.5 3/2/17 I recently finished reading a magnificent book called The Boundless. It has 336 pages and is written by Kenneth Oppel, the internationally best-selling author of Airborne and the Silverwing trilogy. Kenneth Oppel was born in Port Alberni and is currently living in Toronto with his … Continue reading Chloe’s Letter Essay #6 →
Chloe Rozendaal Mr. Jockers ILA/ P.5 2/10/2017 Causing Trouble ”Come on Chloe, just try it”, my Aunt coaxed. My stomach lurched at the thought of that disgusting thing entering my body. I looked down at my plate where the piece of octopus laid, then out of the window of the restaurant that overlooked a … Continue reading Chloe R.: Memoir →
Swimming About to dive into the pool Above the water like a dolphin Below the surface Across the chlorinated water Considering coming up for air With my friend Isabel About to splash her Without thinking about going back to school In my backyard pool Under the hot sun We swam.
11/21/2016 I recently finished the amazing book, The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart, who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas with his wife and two sons. The book is 485 pages long and is fiction. It was published on March 7, 2007. The Mysterious Benedict Society is the first book in the series, was … Continue reading Chloe Letter Essay #3: The Mysterious Benedict Society →
Chloe Sympathetic, intelligent, cheerful and determined Daughter of Elisabeth and Vincent, sister of Sophie Lover of animals, my family and my friends Who feels thankful that I have a house to live in, an education and a family that loves me Who finds happiness in music, gymnastics and dogs Who needs a dog, a sport … Continue reading Bio-Poem:Chloe R. →