Ryan Scala Mr. Jockers ILA April 6, 2022 Violence in Video Games vs. Personality Some people think that violent video games cause people to be violent. What could be done about this? People should be educated that this isn’t true, and there should be published data and resources/research about it. I’ve been playing a lot … Continue reading Do Violent Video Games Make People Violent in Real Life? The Answer: No.
Running On Ice He fell to the ground with a thud. I was still speeding up behind him when I couldn’t stop. My feet wouldn’t work. I closed my eyes as I got closer to him, only seconds after I saw him fall. My skates went right toward his face. . . This morning … Continue reading Running On Ice
I recently finished reading an 86 page mystery novel titled A Study in Scarlet, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is most famously known as the author of the Sherlock Holmes series, including this novel, his first in the series of many. He was a Scottish writer, but he earned a … Continue reading Emily L.’s Letter Essay #3 A Study in Scarlet
Recently, I finished reading A Work In Progress, a 212-page memoir book by a 24 year old Youtube sensation, Connor Franta. A Work In Progress is Connor Franta’s memoir. He tells stories about when he was just a “small town kid” in Wisconsin. The book was originally published on April 21, 2015. It has received … Continue reading Adrianna’s Letter Essay #2: A Work In Progress
Maya Conscientious, hard-working, outgoing, trustworthy Daughter of Ann and Don, sister of Jack and Chloe Lover of life, non-stop laughter, and all of the fun activities that come along with the changing of the seasons, each exciting in a different way Who feels thankful for the continuous love from her family, the perpetual support of … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Maya G.
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, 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
Recently I have finished the 460 page science fiction The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey novel recently. I really enjoyed this book because of the unique idea. The main character is a girl named Cassie (Cassiopeia) Sullivan, even though the perspectives change each part, all the other perspectives are very closely related to her and … Continue reading Melissa’s Letter Essay #5: The Fifth Wave
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
Dear Reader, For my tenth letter essay i read the book Tales of Beedle and Bard. Though a mere 111 pages, i truly loved it. It is a fantasy genre by the world renowned author, J.K. Rowling. If you didn’t infer from the seemingly magical title, it is a sort of sequel to the book … Continue reading Melissa’s Letter Essay #10: Tales of Beedle the Bard
This trimester I have read 5 books. I didn’t read anything challenging because I wanted to finish the books. The best book I have read was “tomorrow when the war began” because it had everything I liked in a book. I dont have a favorite author because i dont read lots of books right now. … Continue reading Nicholas’ Reading Reflection