Dear Classmates, Recently we finished reading ‘Unwind’, a 335 page dystopian fiction novel by Neal Shusterman. Shusterman is an American writer of young-adult fiction and won the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature for Challenger Deep. He has also published more than thirty award-winning novels for adults, teens, and children. Unwind was published on … Continue reading Collaborative Letter Essay #9: Unwind
Molly Luckart Mr. Jockers ILA Period 8 3/2/17 Sanctum Dear readers, I recently finished reading the book, Sanctum. It is a 368 paged, Mystery written by Madeleine Roux. Roux is a Minnesota native and a graduate from Beloit college. She is a New York Times and Publishers weekly bestseller. Sanctum was published in 2013 and … Continue reading Molly’s Letter Essay 6: Sanctum
Molly Luckart Mr. Jockers ILA Period 8 Feb. 10, 2017 S’more Fun We went from having huge joyous smiles on our faces to straight fear. “Who is that,” asked Kelly? “I have no idea,” Kate responded. So many thoughts were rushing through my mind I had no idea what to say. The blue pickup truck’s … Continue reading Memoir: Molly L.
Day at the Beach Onto the sand our toes burned with each step Under umbrellas people dozed off from the heat Beside us people ate Along the shore people ran Behind me were three giggling friends Around the corner we waved away seagulls Above us was the bright sun Across were the crashing waves Past … Continue reading Molly’s Prepositional Poem
Molly Likable, trustworthy, thoughtful, and appreciative Daughter of Patrick and Jennifer, sister of Megan Lover of warm weather, spending a day at the beach, and my family Who feels thankful for my loving family, my best friends, and for getting an education Who finds happiness while dancing for a good cause, spending time with my … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Molly L.