Recently I finished the book ‘Go Ask Alice’ a novel written by Anonymous. It’s a nonfiction book, composed of about 184 pages. After finishing my last book, I was unsure of what to read next. While searching a friend recommended ‘Go ask Alice’, with the promise of a horrible yet beautiful book that reads the … Continue reading Letter Essay #8 – Go Ask Alice
A few weeks ago, I finished All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. All the Bright Places is a 388 paged realistic fiction novel that was published in 2015. Jennifer Niven writes both nonfiction and fiction. All the Bright Places was her first teen realistic fiction novel. I read this book because it was … Continue reading Letter Essay #7 – Madison Ganim
Madison Ganim Mr. Jockers ILA Period 1 3/1/17 Speak Recently, I finished reading Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. Laurie Halse Anderson received the Margaret A. Edwards Award from the American Library Association in 2009 for all of her contributions towards young literature. Speak is a 198 page realistic fiction novel. It also … Continue reading Letter Essay #6 – Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
Madison Ganim Mr. Jockers ILA Period 1 February 10, 2017 Flying Forward “Wanna race?” I dared. We were close to her house, so it wouldn’t take very much energy. I’m not sure why, but everything I do always has to be a competition. “No Maddie, I’m not racing with you. That’s so stupid.” Camryn … Continue reading Memoir- Madison G.
Recently, I finished reading A Monster Calls. It’s a 216 page book written by Patrick Ness. Patrick Ness was born on October 17, 1971. His father was a drill sergeant for the US Army, so he lived in a few different places; Washington D.C., Hawaii, and Los Angeles. He is an author, journalist and a … Continue reading Madison’s Letter Essay #2: A Monster Calls
Madison Clumsy, Helpful, Anti-Social, Independant Daughter of Paul & Corinne, sister of Paul, Alli, Alexa, Katrina, Michael, Peter, Christian, and Matthew Lover of taking walks in town, sleeping in late, and autumn Who feels thankful for long weekends, the lock on my bedroom door, and climbable trees Who finds … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Madison G.