Dear Class, My reading has come along way since the beginning of the year. Though i did not reach the forty book challenge, I definitely gain a new appreciation for reading. This year I really discovered what genre that I like most. I read the book The One and Only Ivan which contains 307 pages. … Continue reading Carl’s Letter Essay #9
1/29/16 Dear, Classmates I read the book All the Broken Pieces by Ann Burg. This book has 240 pages and is under the genre of historical fiction. This book was published in 2009, so fairly recent compared to some books. I read this book because I love reading or hearing about uplifting and inspirational stories … Continue reading Carl’s Letter Essay #5: All the Broken Pieces
Bang! The car door shut, and I leaped out of the car with excitement. It was the first day of Omars Soccer Academy camp (OSA) and I was caching! I walked in and received a wonderful greeting from Omar. The music was blasting and the kids were flowing in, I could tell that this was … Continue reading Soccer and Mango Popsicles
I read the book Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein. The book consists of 166 pages, and the genre is poetry. The book was published in 1974 and is still very popular. I read this book because, One of my alltime favorite early childhood books is the giving tree which is by Shel Silverstein. … Continue reading Carl’s Letter Essay #3 “Where The Sidewalk Ends”
Carl, Where are you from? I’m from, The white lined field where I pursue one of my main talents , dew filled field where I kick the ball into the air, long green grass where I make slide tackles , dirt filled puddles where I play my hardest , white netted soccer pitch. I’m … Continue reading Carl, Where Are You From?