Dear Readers, Recently, we finished reading The_Hunger_Games, a 374 page dystopian novel by Suzanne Collins. This is the first book out of a trilogy. Suzanne Collins got many good reviews from the book and was a New York Times bestseller for a while. She also won The Dorothy Canfield Fisher children’s book award, the Cybils … Continue reading Collaborative Letter Essay #9: The Hunger Games
Dear blog, Recently I finished reading Dog Tags: Prisoners of War, a 192 page historical fiction book by C. Alexander London. In this book, 18 year old Miguel Rivera is a private and a medic in the U.S army during World War 2. This is C. Alexander London’s 4th book series, called Dog Tags. Prisoners … Continue reading Jack K’s Letter Essay #6
This Guilt Is Going To Hangover Me The screen is so bright that I have to turn my eyes away every few seconds. It’s like the Sun is in my basement and is trying to blind me. It’s probably trying to blind me from watching The Hangover, a funny but very inappropriate movie. As I … Continue reading Jack K. Memoir
My Favorite Vacation: Aboard an old, white van driven by a man named Joe With my dad, mom, and siblings As we drive to LaGuardia, our journey’s beginning Through the long TSA lines Onto a giant plane, headed for our destination Over a dozen states we fly Amid the fluffy, white clouds Through the … Continue reading Jack K.’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
The Day The Electricity Died Sizzle!! Crash! Boom!!!!!! All around me things were falling and sparking. It was so smokey that I could barely see 5 ft in front of my nose. I kept going forward and I tried to avoid all the bodies and debris on the ground. “So this is what happens when … Continue reading FFFW #5: Jack K.
Dear classmates, Recently I finished Wonder, a 315 page realistic fiction book by R.J. Palacio. Palacio originally came up with the idea for Wonder when she took her son to get ice cream. At the ice cream stand, she noticed a boy with a facial deformation and walked away with her son so her son … Continue reading Jack’s Letter Essay #3: Wonder
Jack Athletic, caring, curious, hardworking Son of Bob and Leslie, Brother of Liam, Ryan and Georgia Lover of sports, movies and vacations Who feels thankful for family, books and tv Who finds happiness in summer, sports and friends Who needs sports, a new pair of shoes and tomato juice Who gives advice to younger siblings, … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Jack K