15 years before the Fred Finch incident, an event occurred that showed the town how wicked William Weisel actually was. He had actually been running for mayor of the town at the time. One of his prevailing opinions was that they should increase the privacy policies on the local internet networks. The people of the … Continue reading The Despicable Crimes of the Crooked Cop, the Wicked William Weisel
One stormy winter’s night, the wicked William Weisel hatched a dreadful dastardly plot. He would sneak into Fred Finch’s house and sneak up to his bedroom, to release him from his mortal form. Even more dastardly, he would get Tory Tiger to aid with the getaway. Tory Tiger did not realize she was participating in … Continue reading Tory Tiger and the Dastardly Plot of one Wicked William Weisel
Once upon a time, a little boy skipped across the meadow during a nice afternoon. Cool breeze skidded through the grass smoothly with not a single sound. The birds chirped loudly as they flew over his head. He put his arms out as an airplane and sprinted, trying to chase them. Eventually they dissapeared and … Continue reading A Stump
Period 8 Mr. Jockers Letter Essay # 6 3/11/18 Dear Blog Reading Audience, I recently had finished the book Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I would rate this book a ten out of ten, with all of the description and imagination that is put into this book it is insane. The reason I … Continue reading Letter Essay #6 Ready Player One –Aidan Ordway
January/ 4 /2018 http://www.dhakamovie.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Max-2015-1080p-BluRay.jpg Recently I finished Max: Best Friend. Hero. Marine, a 248 page novel by Jennifer Li Shotz. A Los Angeles native, she graduated from Vassar and has an MFA in nonfiction from Columbia. She lives with her family in Brooklyn. She has written many novels including Max: Best Friend. Hero. Marine that … Continue reading Katherine Sheehan Letter Essay #4 Max: Best Friend. Hero. Marine.
To help you sleep tonight, I left out a trailer. Happy reading… I have recently read 420 pages of the novel IT, by Stephen King, an obviously renown and profound writer that many may call one of the greatest. IT, having a complex and terrifying fantasy story, spans over a long plot for a little … Continue reading Letter Essay #3 by Peter Martinich – “IT” by Stephen King
Recently, I finished a book The Boy in the Black Suit, an 304 page Young Adult Fiction book. Jason Reynolds, the author of the book is a 33 year old man who was raised in Maryland, but now is proud to be living in Brooklyn NY. Jason graduated from the University of Maryland with … Continue reading Letter Essay #3
Hello Blog, I am currently reading The Butterfly Garden, it is 276 pages and is realistic fiction, it was written by Dot Hutchison, who has a background in theatre and a love for surfing the web, and anything renaissance. The Butterfly Garden is a pretty well known book with more than 100,000 … Continue reading Letter Essay #3 The Butterfly Garden
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
Dear, Reader Yesterday, I finished a book that I have read many times. It is called The Ruins of Gorlan it is a 282 Page fantasy book that was written by author John Flanagan. John Flanagan is famous for his fantasy writing and for the series the Ranger’s … Continue reading Marib.Z.Ulhaq Letter-Essay #3: The Ruins of Gorlan
Counting by 7s Dear, BlogBernard I read a book counting by 7s the author who wrote this book in Holly Goldberg sloan. This book counting by 7s i read had a lot of detail and description. You can tell Holly goldberg put a lot of effort towards writing this book. The book counting by 7s … Continue reading Leter essay #3 : Claire Bernard Counting by 7s
Letter Essay #2 In 7th grade, I read the award-winning science-fiction novel: Divergent, and have recently chosen to re-read the book. Divergent is 487 pages long and was written by the brilliant author, Veronica Roth. When Veronica Roth was taking psychology 101 as a young college student, she was inspired to write Divergent. She soon … Continue reading Letter Essay #2 -Chelsea
May 26 Dear Classmates and Mr. Jockers, Recently, we finished reading Among the Hidden, a 153 page book, and Among the Imposters, a 172 page book, by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Margaret Peterson Haddix was born in 1964 in Ohio. She was raised on a grain and livestock farm, which I find interesting because … Continue reading Collaborative Letter Essay #9 – Among the Hidden, Among the Imposters
April 7 Dear Blog, I recently finished reading Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex, by Eoin Colfer. It is a 357 page fantasy book. Colfer was born in Wexford, Ireland. Both his mother and father were writers. His father wrote about history, while his mother wrote plays and poetry. He is now 51 years old. I … Continue reading Mitchell’s Letter Essay #7 – Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex
March 2 Dear Blog, I recently finished reading Artemis fowl: The Time Paradox, by Eoin Colfer. It has 432 pages, which is the longest book in the series, and it is a fantasy book. Colfer said in one of his video blogs that this book will be the last book in the series, or at … Continue reading Letter Essay #6: Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox – Mitchell
Free-Write #5 by Sydney Rodriguez The rickety, old rocking chair whimpered as it bore the weight of the old man. He breathed a keen exhale as though he had been holding his breath for quite some time. The contents of his coffee mug trembled, drops cascading down the side. The air around him felt dense … Continue reading Friday Free-Write #5: Sydney R.
What would happen if someone had a disease, but not just any kind of disease. What if that disease mutated and turned into something magical? What if that disease turned out to be one of the best things that ever happened to you? It all started out one stormy afternoon when a young girl named … Continue reading Fundamental Friday Free Write #5 Emily L.
Lewis McGugan is a professional footballer for Nottingham Forest in the 2nd division of English football. He is #10, and he plays midfield. It was a magisterial Saturday morning in October 2010. Lewis arose from his slumber around 7:16am. He emerged from his bed and put on his trousers and headed downstairs for his breakfast. … Continue reading FFFW #5: Lewis McGugan’s Majestirial Strike
One day Danylo sat down to play Oregon Trail, a classic from the early 90s. It’s a strategic game where you need to get to the Oregon safely. Of course when Danylo sat down to play, he thought that he is going to be able to do it with minimum loss, but he was proven … Continue reading FFFW N5: Danylo