3/2/18 Everything, Everything- Letter Essay #6 About a week ago, I finished the book Everything, Everything. Everything, Everything is a realistic fiction, a 360-page book by Nicola Yoon. Nicola Yoon is also the author of The Sun Is Also A Star, which is another popular book by her. She used to make jewelry, and writes … Continue reading Letter Essay #6- Everything, Everything By: Marissa Schrade
P.S. If you are reading this book right now there are few spoilers. Lucky they are not major spoilers. You’ve been warned 🙂 . Not long ago, I finished … Continue reading Letter Essay #3 -Claudia M.
Dear Book Lovers, Recently, I finished reading the book Gathering Blue, a 241 page dystopian young adult fiction novel of the quartet The Giver, written by the famous author, Lois Lowry. As a young girl, she was shy and decided at ages 8 and 9 that she would be a writer. Because her father was … Continue reading Letter Essay #3 Elizabeth Adriani
Renee Imaginative, short-tempered, reliable, and a musician Daughter of Ada and Skye, sister of Edison Lover of art, music, and the sight of snow as the first snowflake sticks to the ground Who feels thankful for all of her friends, family, and all of the support she gets Who finds happiness when sleeping until she … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Renee K.
Letter-Essay Olivia Parcells Dear students, I recently finished reading The One, an 323 page science fiction book by Kiera Cass. Kiera Cass has written many books including The Selection, The Elite and The One. It is the #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series. I chose this book because I wanted to finish … Continue reading Olivia’s Letter-Essay #6
Dear peers, I just recently finished reading the book The Fault In Our Stars a 313 page realistic Fiction story. The author of this story, John Michael Green, is an American author, vlogger, writer, producer, actor and editor. He won the 2006 Printz Award for his debut novel, Looking for Alaska, and his sixth novel, … Continue reading Kayleigh’s Letter-Essay #4: The Fault In Our Stars
Sydney’s Letter Essay #3: Made You Up November 20, 2016 Recently, I finished Francesca Zappia’s debut novel, Made You Up. The author, Zappia, currently residing in Indiana, majors in computer science at the University of Indianapolis. I decided to read this 448-paged realistic fiction novel because of a friend’s recommendation. I was informed that this … Continue reading Sydney’s Letter Essay #3: Made You Up
Dear Blog, I have just finished reading the 376 page science fiction book written by Michael Buckley. This book was published on may 5, 2015. I decided this read this book because I was looking through the library in one of my teachers classrooms and found this book. I planned on only reading it for … Continue reading Jake Fones’ Letter Essay #9
Dear Reader, I have recently completed reading a 305 page fictionalized fantasy piece of literature. Said book is named The Lost Track of Time and was dreamed up by Paige Britt with the drawings every now and again so amazingly illustrated by Lee White. Britt has only written a few books as she is a … Continue reading Harrison’s Letter Essay #9: The Lost Track of Time by Paige Britt
Dear, Reader Recently, I have finished reading 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, it is a 426 paged classic science fiction novel by French writer Jules Verne published in 1870. Jules Gabriel Verne was a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and his profound influence … Continue reading Erick’s Letter Essay #6: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Dear Reader, I have recently finished reading a 487-paged, realistic fiction, dystopian book named Divergent by Veronica Roth. Veronica is now a world-wide known author for her amazing stories that she continues to write to this day. She got the idea for this series when she was in college and it was a hit. It … Continue reading Harrison’s Letter Essay #7: Divergent
Catching Fire For the past two weeks with my reading group I have been reading Catching Fire. This novel is a sequel for the Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins. There are 391 pages in this novel and it is a very suspenseful book. This book is a fiction novel about a society were … Continue reading Julia’s Letter Essay #7: Catching Fire
Recently, I finished reading George Orwell’s, 328 paged classic, 1984. George Orwell (a pseudonym of Eric Blair) served with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma before returning to Europe to bestow upon us many of his great works, essays and novels alike. This particular novel, originally called Nineteen Eighty-Four, was published on June 8, 1949. … Continue reading Gabi’s Letter Essay #6 1984
I have just read 220 Pages (½) of the book, Divergent by Veronica Roth.This Dystopian literature book was published on April 25, 2011 and I choose to read it because I saw the movie and I really wanted to compare the book to the movie. Veronica Roth is a 27 year old, american novelists who … Continue reading Jake’s Letter Essay #4: Divergent
11/19/15 Dear class, About a week ago I finished reading the novel, The Explosive Adventure of an Element Hunter. This book is a 432 page book by Simon Mayo. It is part of a 3 book series called Itch. The author Simon Mayo is a radio presenter for BBC in britain and is one … Continue reading Letter Essay #3 The Explosive Adventures of an Element Hunter
I have just finished reading the 293 page novel, Fantasy league, written by Mike Lupica . This book is definitely a sports realistic fiction because there is not a NFL team in LA named the Bulldogs but is realistic. The author, Mike Lupica, has been called “the greatest sports writer for middle school readers”. Mike … Continue reading Jake’s Letter essay #3: “Fantasy League”
Recently, I finished reading Throne of Glass, a 404-page fantasy novel by Sarah J. Maas who also is is the author of the New York Times and USA Today. Throne of Glass the first book in the Throne of Glass series was published in 2012 and has become an international bestseller, translated into 23 languages. … Continue reading Gabi’s Letter Essay #3 Throne of Glass
I’m from waking up early on saturday mornings, cuddling up in a blanket and going to watch old reruns of shows that make me laugh, while my brother plays baseball in the backyard and shouts to the neighbors to come and play. I’m from crazy friends that always are there for me and would … Continue reading Johanna, Where Are You From?
By: Melissa C. Azalea is a princess in a crumbling kingdom, and when her mother passed away she was left to care for her 11 younger sisters in their time of grieving. Their father, the king is work obsessed and consistently uses his wife’s death as an excuse to be working. He also requires the … Continue reading Book Trailer: Entwined