Letter Essay #6 I recently finished the book, “The Only Game” by Mike Lupica. It is a very well written, 310 page, realistic fiction novel. It is a single book, not in a series. It is a book about baseball, but filled with a lot of emotion in the characters’ personal lives. This book … Continue reading John Loo’s Letter Essay #6
Biking I hear the oncoming car. There was no way for me to communicate with the car to stop since it was on the other side of the sharp turn. The engine was roaring. My heart was pounding. While biking up the hill, my muscles were burning. I swerve to the side, almost hitting … Continue reading John Loo’s Memoir: Biking
Ski Trips Aboard the ski bus with skis and gear For, going to ski the night Across Connecticut we drive Until we get to the mountain Beside our friends we gear up Embarking the ski lift we go up Unlike the summer, the summit is cold Down the trails we speed Between the trees in … Continue reading John Loo’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
It is the game to promote for the English Premier League. It is Leicester City Football Club versus Watford Football Club. From the start, the fans knew it was going to be a match full of surprises. It started out as a dreary morning sky, civilians hoping it would clear up. Troy Deeney was one … Continue reading FFFW#5: John L.
Recently, I finished the novel, The Compound. It is a 256 page science-fiction adventure book. The author S.A. Bodeen is from a farm in Wisconsin. She recently came to our school to talk about writing and her story on becoming a writer. It is not an easy job. This book was published on April 29, … Continue reading John L.’s Letter Essay #2: The Compound
John Determined, athletic, intelligent, organized Son of Steven and Stephanie, brother of Vanessa Lover of sports, travel and life Who feels thankful for support from friends and family, shelter and food on my plate Who finds happiness in playing soccer, on my longboard speeding down hills and making others smile Who needs a ball at … Continue reading Bio Poem: John