As I was reading my book called The Giver I read that Jonas the main character is honored by the community and his family because he was chosen as the new receiver of memory.
Recently I read chapter 7 and the beginning of chapter 8.
A personal experience that I had that connects to my inquiry topic is when we were in a debate and then my opponents said that gobal warming is good.
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The Color Purple is the most heart-felt story I have ever seen. I loved the movie, and I've seen it a billion times.
Well this book so far is quiet interesting. I have never read a book so entertaining. It is wildy humorous and full of things that make you think.
I think American Dragons, by Laurence Yep is good because the part that I'm reading right now is about World War II and how the Americans don't like all the Japanese because of the bombing of Pearl
My book has different stories on each page. I like this book because it is interesting.
The Catcher in the Rye is a pretty good book, but the ending sort of lame.
Recently, I read pages 33-41 of the novel, "The Joy Luck Club". This chapter was called "Scar" and is about a girl named An-Mei Hsu.
The book American Dragons by Laurence Yep is a good book. In the few days of me reading the book I read pages at least 5 poems made by not so famous poets.
I finished The Way of Shadows and overall it was really really good. I can't believe how it ended. So the master disappears and now the next book is about looking for him.
Recently I have read the third chapter of the novel, "Joy Luck Club".
I think The Curious Incident of the Dog Night-Time, by Mark Haddon is very fascinating because it's getting better and more intense.
In The Invisible Man, by H.G. Wells, there is a quiet country village and a man who can be invisible. He always keeps his face hidden and his back to everyone.
I recently read my little sister's 3 page story, "Coffee Shop", that she wrote for class. It it a story about a boy who loves drawing but has been lacking motivation.
I recently read pages 1-32 in the novel "Joy Luck Club", by Amy Tan. This chapter was a story about a 30 year old woman whose mother recently passed away.
I liked the beginning of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon, because it is a weird story in some way.
Recently I read pages 1-6 in "Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini, and I didn't like it because it wasn't that good. There was nothing that really caught my attention.
Recently I read page 147 -188 in The Invisible Man by H.G.Wells, and I took a break from the book, because I have too much work to do.
Recently I read pages 71-80 in things fall apart, by Chinua Achebe, and I really liked it because I just wonder what does it feel if a child had dide in front of you.
Recently, I finished the novel "Slaughterhouse-Five" by Kurt Vonnegut, and I liked it because it keeps you interested in the events of his life.
Recently I read pages 124 to 140 in The Catcher in the Rye by J.D salinger and I was sort of saddened by what had happened to Holden in this section.
Recently I read pages 101- 114 The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D.
Recently I read pages 26-43 in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, by Mark Haddon, and I thought it was interesting enough because this is where the main character sta
Recently I read pages 11-26 in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, by Mark Haddon, and I thought it was interesting enough because there some logic here and ther