Letter Essay #9 As a group we read The Hunger Games, a 374 page dystopian book. The Hunger Games have sold over 28 million copies since its publishing date in 2008. Although some of us have all read this book many times before this assignment, reading it again was just as exciting as the … Continue reading Letter Essay#9: The Hunger Games
Ethan Horbury 4/2/17 Mr. Jockers ILA Per 2 I have recently finished reading This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp an Author from the Netherlands. This book is told from four different points of view Tomás, Claire, Sylv (Sylvia), and Autumn. It is a very fast paced book that … Continue reading Letter Essay #7
Ethan Horbury:Memoir It was quiet, I couldn’t feel or hear anything at all. I was confused as to why this was happening mainly because it felt weird to me, it was like i couldn’t move and the only senses that i still had were taste and sight. Taste. I can taste something weird, like metal. … Continue reading Memoir: Ethan H.
Dear Blog, I have just finished reading Number the Stars By Lois Lowry, the author of The Giver, a very popular book. This story takes place in Copenhagen, Germany and is about a German family’s escape from the Nazi’s. The books starts out with ten year old Annemarie and Ellen as they are on their … Continue reading Ethan’s Letter Essay #4: [Book Title]
Dear Blog, I am currently reading Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls. This is an older book, a classic, published in 1961. The story is about this boy, Billy, and starts off when he was little. At the age of ten Billy had gotten this sort of dog-loving fever where he would mourn … Continue reading Ethan’s Letter Essay #3: [Book Title]
Ethan Caring, Out-going, smart, fun Son of Peter and Genevieve, brother of Selena Lover of traveling, nature, and exploring new places Who feels thankful when waking up early while feeling happy, getting good Grades, and spending time with the family Who finds happiness in spending time with friends, taking a nice jog up the street, … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Ethan. H