Davis English 9

Friday, August 21, 2009

English 9 Summer Reading

Over the summer, Arapahoe High School asked you to read at least two novels of your choice.

1) Briefly tell me what you read, including the titles and authors.
2) I want to know what you liked about the books, what you learned and, more importantly, what matters to you about the book's content. Use specifics about characters, setting, conflicts, action details, etc. to make your response meaningful. If you have the book still, use quotes to showcase the writer's craft.

*Make sure to adhere to proper conventions and proofread your response. If, for some reason, you did not read two novels, tell me about two novels you have read and answer the above.

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  • At 5:08 PM , Blogger da-artistBS said...

    Hello Mrs. Davis, its Bailey Smith from your Period 6 English class.

    This summer, I read 6 1/2 books. I will list all of them and do what you have asked.

    #1,2,3 1/2~Twilight, New Moon, Eclpise, and Breaking dawn(1/2) by Stephanie Myers.
    Personally, I hated these book, so this response is not going to be very "in-depth". The main character, Bella Swan, had no personality, and I couldn't connect with her or her values. She was supposed to be average, yet her very name means "beautiful swan". That was a huge conflict for me as a reader. Her love interest, Edward, also didn't have a personality. The entire series was a dull read, and a little out there. I am going to quote a great author I admire greatly as he talkes about the author of the Twilight series, "Jo Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can't write worth a darn. She's not very good." ~Stephen King
    I can't really think of anything I took from that book (well I can, but I would be saying them in a sarcastic manner), so I hope this will pass. :)



    #4~The next book I read was Wicked by Gregery Maguire.
    This book was amazing, one of the best I have read. The main character was a strong minded character we all know as the "Wicked Witch of the West". But, in the book, she was born Elphaba, a smart, misunderstood, green girl. She meets Galinda (the future Good Witch of the North), and they become close friends. This book takes place in OZ, way before Dorthy drops in. Much of conflict in the story takes place in between Elphaba and everyone else. She really didn't have anyone.
    This book, had many, many lessons that I took to heart. The main lesson I really want to instill into my life is "Don't judge someone by their exterior".

    Quote to show how amazing Gregory Maguire is as a writer~"'Get off of me," said the Witch, "I hate false sentiment. It makes my skill crawl."'

    #5~The next book I read was Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire. Just like its predecessor, this book is rich in story, plot, and character. Unlike "Wicked", the main character of this story is Liir, a young boy/man who thinks he may be the son of the Witch. He travels through OZ, really, in the end, trying to find himself, and trying to deny that he is the son of a Witch. Like in the other book, its pretty much Liir against the world, he can't really trust anyone. Though, he does find that he can trust a man named Trism(whom he loves), and a women named Candle (whom he impregnates). Much like "Wicked", there are many lessons one could take from the book. The main one though, is that "love can come in all forms, all you have to do is accept it".

    Yet another quote from Mr. Maguire~"...Liir mounted the broom of the Wicked Witch of the West, and felt it rise beneath him. He did not look back at where Trism stood."


    #6~The last book I read this summer was "The Book Theif". This book takes place in Nazi Germany, where a young girl steals books to learn to read, and, in the end, to get something back. The main character is Liesel, a loud mouth strong minded little girl. Her real mother couldn't take care of her anymore, so she was put into a foster family. There, her 'parents' allow her to share in beliefs that weren't really commen in Nazi Germany at that time-acceptance.
    This book was amazing on so many levels, but my favorite part was that it was narritored by "Death". It added an element of interest and depth. One really big life lesson that I got from the book is acceptance: which is really important when you think about the Holocust.


    I really hope that this is satisfactory, and I will see you Monday. :)

     
  • At 1:10 PM , Blogger ryans2013 said...

    The first book i read was FAT KIDS RULE THE WORLD. I really liked the book because it was really funny. The Author had a very good sense of humor.

     
  • At 1:13 PM , Blogger Katey said...

    Katey Cox, period 6, Mrs. Davis
    The books I read over the summer were the Twilight Series, by Stephanie Meyer. I loved the books. Stephanie Meyer made you fall in love with Edward, the main vampire. What I've also heard is that the author didn't describe the main girl Bella because she wanted the reader to imagine her as you. Well while I was reading them, I didn't think that really at all, and that just made Bella seem like a boring and dull person with no emotions. I also loved Jacob, the werewolf. He and Edward are so different, yet most people love both of them. Edward and Jacob both were in love with Bella also, and some parts of the books were focused on Edward, while others were focused on Jacob, and its hard to decide who you like better. Overall she does pick Edward, but doesn't just leave Jacob in the dust, which most people are ok with. I really liked these series and I think its safe to say that these books are my favorite books.

     
  • At 1:13 PM , Blogger C.P. said...

    Cici Perez
    Over the summer i read two books. The first is called Gossip Girl. It was a very interesting, and dramatic book. I liked it, but it was far from the best book i have read. It was about a group of girls who attend a private high school. Most of which were rich, famous, or both. Throughout the book i read about their dramatic lifes that although seemed to complicated, seemed to smooth out in the end. I am planning on reading the rest of this series because of the way it keeps the reader involved. I hope the others are as interesting as the first.

    The second book i read is called Deception Point. It truly was a challenge to understand at first. It seemed to be a very advanced book. It was about a meteor that was found in the North Pole with signs of extraterrestrial life. It was used as a comeback in a political campaign to keep the president in house. Later though it was found that the meteor was placed there by the presidents team. So even though the meteor was real, the main characters went on a twisted adventure to figure out why. Facing death many times over, they eventually figured it out. I suggest you read the book because its very interesting, and kept you thinking.

     
  • At 1:15 PM , Blogger Zach said...

    The two books I read this summer were Divine Madness and The Sleepwalker. Both of these books were in the same series and very good books. Divine Madness is about a agency that is part of MI5 that recruits children for agents. This agency is called Cherub. James is one of the recruits who is going on a mission to spy on some newly formed religious nut jobs who are doing illegal activities. The Sleepwalker is about a terrorist agency that made a plane crash over the Atlantic Ocean. This plane contained the family of the X-Cherub Headmaster. Now Lauren is going on a mission to figure out who shot down the plane.

     
  • At 2:31 PM , Blogger Moriah said...

    Moriah Denler Period 6th! :-D
    I read two books from the series "Summer Confidential"! The two were Sunset and Twilight(not the vampire book!). These books were ok. They weren't heart-wrenching or pull you in and make you not be able to put them down. The main characters were Cassie, Micah, and Danica. Cassie is the main, main character. She is a pro-surfer who was attacked by a shark but it only bit her board, so she freaked and went to Camp Ohana.... but it doesn't seem like she'll recover. Micah is Cassie's love interest(He of course, likes her too). Danica is the ex. of Micah, and like every book wants him back!(Don't we all want our exs back?) In both books Cassie is trying to get over her new fear of the water and her and Micah are trying to be a couple basically. During all of this Danica is trying to become a famous surfer and get her old boyfriend back! The books weren't that bad... but I wouldn't recommend them.

     
  • At 2:43 PM , Blogger crawdaddy19 said...

    Sam Crawford Period 6 Mrs. Davis
    The two books I read Blown Coverage by Jason Elam and Steve Young. This book was the squall to Monday Night Jihad. This book is about a professional quarterback named Riley Covington who plays for the Colorado Mustangs. Riley was an ex-Air Force pilot before he left to play football. He has to quit the team though because a group of terrorist attacked America and he is their main target. I really enjoyed this book because it always kept me wanting to read more. It had a lot of action in the book and fighting witch made it really cool.

    The second book I read was called The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. The book was about a boy named Ponyboy who was in a gang called the Greasers. In the book Ponyboy and his friend Johnny accidentally kill a rival gang member so they have to go into hiding and have to leave everything. I also liked this book because it was cool to hear the story the kids had to go through. It was also well written very well and made you want to keep reading.

     
  • At 3:29 PM , Blogger NS said...

    Nick Spencer Period 6 Mrs Davis
    The two books I read this summer were Carrie by Steven King and Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer. Carrie was about a girl in high school who has powers to control things with her mind. She goes to the prom one night with a popular boy and soon everything goes wrong. It was a violent yet fast paced book. The book kind of taught about what happens if you bully people.

    Into Thin air was about a Mount Everst accent. It was a long book with a lot of charecters but it was a sad story in all. I liked this book because of all the interesting things that went on.

     
  • At 3:53 PM , Blogger baby_chick123 said...

    Caitlin Hanson Perod 6 Mrs. Davis
    One of the books that i read this summer was IT by Stephan King. This book was about about a group of kids who live in Derry, Maine and are tormented by an evil clown that murders kids. The seven kids go down into the sewers where the IT lives to try and kill it once and for all. But the all made a pact that if it ever came back then they would return o Derry to kill it for good that time. Twenty-seven years later IT returns and is killing more kids so the gang returns toDerry to finally get rid of IT.

    The second book that i read this summer was Glass by Ellen Hopkins. This book is about an eighteen year old girl who is addicted to the drug crystal meth. She became addicted to this drug by her father who is also an addict when she went to visit him for one summer. This drug has caused many problems for her like she was raped and ended up having a once thought good friends baby, and is now struggling to handle her addiction, baby, and her minimum wage job at seven eleven.

     
  • At 4:08 PM , Blogger jrlval2 said...

    This summer I read Angles and Demons by Mark Brown and My Sisters Keeper by Jodi Picoult.
    Personally I enjoyed My Sisters Keeper a lot more than Angels and Demons. My Sisters Keeper is about a girl named Anna who was born to be a donor for her sister Kate who had a blood cancer. Anna sues her parents for medical emancipation. The book was extremely sad, I’m pretty sure I lost count of how many times I cried reading this book!
    Angels and Demons is way different from My Sisters Keeper. It is about a man who works at Harvard as a symbolist. He gets a call one morning from the president of SERN demanding he come to his office, half way around the world! Langdon goes and is soon got up in a huge mystery about what is going on and trying to stop all the death from happen in 24 hours! I thought this book was pretty good, but to far fetched to actually think it could happen.
    Jenny LeBlang 6th period.

     
  • At 5:19 PM , Blogger howdy95 said...

    Dominick Brevig period 6
    The two books I read this summer, were The Five People you meet in hevean by Mitch Albom, and Pendragon the Solidiers of Halla by D.J. Machale. Both were pretty amazing, but if I had to pick a favorite, I would have to choose Pendragon, because of its vivid descriptions. Pendragon the Solidiers of Halla, was about a group of teenagers across space and time that battle against a demon called St. Daine who trys to tip the worlds that the teenagers are form into choas, so that he can make his own perfict universe. This is book number ten, in at long and epic series of battles against St. Daine. You should probably read the first nine books in the series first, before reading this one.

    The Five People you meet in Hevean, was about a matenece workrer at a fair ground, named Eddie. He is killed at by a falling ride cart at the beginning of the book. The rest of the book is about who he meets in hevean, and how they effected his life, and how he effected their lifes. Apologys are made, and freinds are reunited, showing that death is only the begining. This book is really deep, and very pieceful.

     
  • At 5:39 PM , Blogger valgavi23 said...

    Valentina Gatica Period 6

    The two books I read this summer where A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray and Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. The Book a Great and Terrible Beauty was a real page turner I couldn't put the book down. It was about a girl who discovers she has the ability to transport her friends and herself into a dream land. Where anything you desire magically appears. But it turns out it's not all fun and games in the world the main character gemma has visions of bad things happening and her world is turned upside down.
    The second book I read was Breaking Dawn. I personally thought the book was somewhat boring I felt like the book progress was really slow. It took like ten pages to discribe the mood of a character. It was a big disapointment knowing that I thought the other books of the series were really good I was expecting the fourth book to be the best. Also when I finished the book I felt as if I had read the same book four times all four books in the series seem like the same to me. I personally recommend A Great and Terrible Beauty way more then Breaking Dawn.
    These two books were complete opposites of eachother. But A Great and Terrible Beauty is by far the best book I ever read.

     
  • At 6:05 PM , Blogger Luke Marshall said...

    Luke Marshall period 6,

    I was reading "The Love You Make, an Insiders Story of the Beatles" by Peter Brown and Steven Gaines, i love it so far its all anout the beatles and their life storys.

     
  • At 6:26 PM , Blogger jfootball25 said...

    The books I read this summer were two great books called Animal Farm and Brians Winter. Animal Farm is about two pigs Napoleon and Snowball that run this farm as if it was a country of animals. Brians Winter is a book about a boy named Brian that has to use his wild life skills to live in the woods in the winter season. Both of these book helped me learn some good lesons about life.

     
  • At 7:12 PM , Blogger JTJ10 said...

    The books i read this summer where Tuesdays with Morrie And The 5 People you Meet in Heavan. they were both writen by Mitch Albom. both books where really good and where both about life as it ends or after it ends.

     
  • At 7:42 PM , Blogger Savannah said...

    One of the books I read this summer was Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyers. I enjoyed this book partly because it continued the story of Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. Bella and Edward got married, and went on a honeymoon, and here's the twist. Bella becomes pregnant with a half-human half-vampire baby. She must hide this secret from her father, Charlie, and lives in the Cullen home until after the baby is born. Charlie is soon introduced to Jacob Black's secret of being a werewolf, and decides he only needs to know outlines of what happens in his life. Details would be too much for him. During birth, Bella must be transformed into a vampire if she wants to survive through delivery. Charlie is stunned by the surprise of a new granddaughter, but glows with pride as he holds her. Bella names her after her mother, Renee, and Esme, her new mother-in-law. Combined, the two names make the name of Renesmee. Renesmee grows at an alarming rate, much faster than the average human, and must be measured daily. Renesmee also has an interesting way of communicating with people. She simply has to touch a person with her hand, and it will give that person pictures and descriptions of what she's trying to say. Charlie is not yet introduced to the vampire world, and the Cullens have no plans to tell him what they truly are. Jacob imprints on Renesmee, which infuriates Bella, and she attacks him. At the end of the book, there is a near war over Renesmee, for the Volturi will not allow a vampire child exist. But Renesmee is unique. She is half-vampire, half-human. So she is an exception to the rule. The Cullens escape near death, and the story ends there. I liked this book because it teaches the reader about value. Bella and Edward would sacrifice themselves for their daughter, and so would anyone else in the vampire world. The value of this unique child is worth protecting for a lifetime, and Bella knows that Renesmee will be different. She's a different type of child. She has a unique gift, of attatching to people, and making them feel as if she were important. This book teaches the reader about value, and that's what I liked about it. Stephanie Meyers is an amazing author, and I hope she writes many more books like the hit series, Twilight.

     
  • At 7:44 PM , Blogger Veronica said...

    Veronica Mata
    Period 6, English 9
    This summer I was asked to read two books of my choice, though I decided I would extend my reading by reading seven books total, but I’d really like to tell you about three of the seven in which I enjoyed.
    Book 1, 2, and 3- Death by Bikini, Death by Latte, and Death by Denim by Linda Gerber
    This has to be one of the best series I have ever read. In the first book, Death by Bikini, Aphra, the main character, has been living on a remote island resort, run by her father, for four years. Living the life by the beach and sun couldn’t get better; the only thing missing is absence of her mother for the past four years. It is not until a mysterious family shows up at their resort, that Aphra soon discovers the truth about her mother, and how she must help the Mulo’s, the mysterious family. Her curiosity and courage soon reveals why this family is here, why there is a dead resident on the beach, and why is she falling in love with Seth Mulo, who her father has restricted her to see. She soon finds out what is all happening, and what she needs to do to save the Mulo’s from a killer sent to kill the entire family and her parents. The book has many surprises, and I highly recommended reading it, because the ending is different in which it leads into Death by Latte. This book follows the story of Aphra traveling to Seattle in search of her mother, when she soon finds out why her mother has been gone all these years. She is a CIA agent in search for the man that sent the assassin to kill the Mulo’s. Not only has Aphra visited at a wrong time, but the day she arrives her mother’s partner, Joe, is murdered. Now she has gotten herself in the mess even more, and now she may never be able to escape. The only thing she was sure of was that she and Seth would be together again. Which not realize cannot happen without endangering themselves and their families. The third book, Death by Denim follows Aphra and her mother as they move to Paris, in hope of staying under cover, that is until the Mole, the bad guy, is after Seth and Aphra both in hope of killing them both as his revenge. When Seth and Aphra are united, not only is she happy to be with him at last, but she knows she must stop the Mole before he stops them. The ending of this book is very surprising, and overall I really recommend reading it. It is well written and it has a great plot.
    I’m not saying I didn't learn anything, but I defiantly enjoyed the action, and Aphra and Seth’s romance. Everything was controlled and it was a major page turner. I have never in my entire reading career read a book in 6 hours, it was that great. It makes me sad I finished the series and I hope the author will be writing more. The most important thing about books I read is that they have edge-of-the-seat- action and heart swelling romance.

     
  • At 7:56 PM , Blogger TD said...

    Tyler Davis Mrs. Davis Period 6
    The first book I read this summer was Boys Will be Boys by Jeff Pearlman. The book told of the glory days of the Dallas Cowboys. The book was inspirational from a football players standpoint. I would recommend this book to any football fan looking to find a good book.
    The second book I read is a book called The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. This book was a thrilling mystery about a very rich man who leaves his 200 million dollar estate up for grabs between sixteen heirs. I can honestly say this is my favorite book I ever read. It leaves you wondering till the very end who will win the 200 million dollars.

     
  • At 8:09 PM , Blogger AHSworrior65 said...

    Jalin Mckinnon P6
    This summer I read two books that were really interesting. First I read Harry Potter and the Half Blood Price, the part I didn't like was when Dumbledore died because he was one of my favorite catchers and he was the closest to Harry. Another favorite about this book is that Harry wants to quit school just to kill Voldimort for what he did.
    The next is Harry potter and the Deathly Hallows I didn’t really like this book as much as the Half blood Price because it was confusing but I read the hole series and loved them.

     
  • At 8:14 PM , Blogger Jill said...

    One of the two books i read recently is Eragon. Eragon is an action adventure by Christopher Paolini. In my opinion Earagon was a solid book with plenty of action. I like the adventure and magic. One of the things I didn't like about Earagon is that it took a long time to go from one thing to the next; I didn’t like that because I would get board between events.
    The second book i read was BFG witch stands for big friendly giant. I liked the book but didn't fully understand it. For example i didn't understand how they got to the land of the giants to England. I enjoyed the giants reason for taking Sophie. I didn't like how Sophie addressed the queen. I think the book could have been more action packed but i liked the comedy.
    over all these were both good books and I’m looking forward to reading more of there books.

     
  • At 8:45 PM , Blogger AllenC./Smalls said...

    The 2 books that I read were Hachet by Gary paulson and Love that dog by Sharon Creech.

    In the book hatchet I really enjoyed how it was a young boy trying to fight for survival and use everything to his advantige. He ends up finding shelter for himself and retrieving food water and hunting supplies. I learned that even though he was all alone and young he could still find ways to keep himself safe and survive. The main thing I enjoyed about the book is it's a survival story about a young brave man who in a way I believe Jim being abandon on the island helps him find himself.


    Love that dog was quite a good book. It's a poem in a way in which a boy named Jack starts school and one of the classes first subjects that they learn about is poetry. Jack doesn't like that because he believes that poetry is "for girls". His teacher asks him to write something after she had read some fomous poems to the class like Robert Frost. He questions her saying why are we doing this and do I have to, an "I've tried, can't do it, brains empty". Jack is finally convinced to write a poem. He writes,
    "Blue car, blue car, shining bright
    in the darkness of the night:
    who could see you speeding by
    like a comet in the sky?
    I could see you in the night,
    blue car, blue car, shining bright.
    I could see you speeding by
    like a comet in the sky."

    Jack improves his poem through out the story to the point of where the whole class falls In love with it. Around the end they have to write a new poem, about a pet they have or have had in the past. Jack doesn't want to write about this topic but he finally gives in. He asks if he may write about a made up pet, tha teacher denies him. Jack desides to write about his dog that used to be. His final poem of his dog goes like this:
    "Love that dog,
    like a bird loves to fly
    I said I love that dog
    like a bird loves to fly
    Love to call him in the morning
    love to call him
    “Hey there, Sky!”"
    . You learn how much this dog ment to Jack and how he gave all his love to his dog sky. Sky gets hit by a car and passes away later that day, that's why Jack never wanted to write about it.

    The best thong about this book to me is how he starts out not wanting anything to do with poems to lovwing to write them and take pride on his work. Alsohow Jack shows all his live for his dog sky and treats him like a mans best friend. All in all Hatchet and Love That Dog are the two books that I read and really enjoyed.

     
  • At 11:46 AM , Blogger dancingbaby23 said...

    Over the summer I had read the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Myers. I thought I would start off by saying that the books had the contents to become a great book, but while reading it I found it to be very predictable.

    In the beginning I was reading it just so I was in the conversation, but getting into the third book Eclipses I say would be my favorite. Reading it I felt like I wanted to continue. In this book, I was the middle of the love story of Bella and Edward. After the troubles of Edward right and wrong logic to Bella wanting nothing more than to be with him forever. But the question was which one. This book contained the story of not only Bella and Edward but Bella and Jacob. Their story was always hidden from the present until Jacob put his life on the line, having Bella second guess who she wanted forever. I liked the text showing how sometimes life gives you nothing and others it give your everything and more.

    Reading deeper and deeper into the pages I was finding that she really truly loved both Edward and Jacob, though reality only one will fit. Jacob saved her most would say. Others would say that Edward was her life. But being able to reading through her mind you could tell either way she wants no pain. Causing her to lead both of them on. Getting their hopes up till one day she will decided. The books brought many fantasy for the youth. For me I got an ok review. I feel that the author ended it poorly and should have smoothed her way to and end. Though I would say its well written, and an ok series.

     
  • At 2:52 PM , Blogger callie009 said...

    Over the summer i read two wonderful books. One is called A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks, and the other called the house of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer.
    A walk to remember by Nicholas Sparks is about a boy named Landon who is a trouble maker gets into trouble and is forced to do community service at his school. During his community service he falls in love with a girl named Jamie. This girl Jamie has developed lukemia. Landon helps her and dedicates himself to her until she dies. Through out the whole expierience Landon learns the importance of life and becomes a better person along the way.
    The second book i read is called house of the scorpian. This book is about a young boy named Matt who was always kept in isolation. Later in his life he figures out that it is because he learns that he was genetically engineered to be given to a cruel and evil leader named El Patron.

     
  • At 5:17 PM , Blogger Kaley said...

    During the summer I read two books that i enjoyed a lot. The first book that I read was Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine, the second book I read over the summer was After the Flowers Fade by Amy Ronglie. I loved the fact that the main character Ella fell in love with the other main character Prince Char because she was treated like a house maid and he still loved even though class got in the way. I learned that love can be hard and cruel but if you really love someone you will push through it together. What matters to me is that the author made the love story interesting by having Ella under a spell since birth by her fairy godmother Lucinda and she broke it on her own. I really liked this books and recommend it to all romantics!

    The next book I read was After the Flowers fade by Amy Ronglie. I liked the fact that the main character Carrie Windthrop was not an extremely open person and had fallen away from god but the other main character Zach Turnner opened her up even before h loved her. I learned that love is full of sacrifices. What matters to me about this book it the fact that it is a christian novel and I can kinda relate to Carrie's struggles.I love this book and recommend it to all romantics not just christian ones!

     
  • At 10:29 AM , Blogger Justin said...

    i read the hounds of baskerville over the summer and some of the hobbet. The hounds of basker vill isabout sher lokc homles but mostly about dr watson and he has to figure a mystry about whats happing to this rich family in a house next to a moor of them has a huge black hound that is killing them or scary them to death.

     
  • At 1:15 PM , Blogger jfootball25 said...

    hi

     
  • At 4:34 PM , Blogger Prettynpink62091 said...

    Jolene Zummo
    Period 6

    Over the summer I read 2 diffrent books the first book I read was "I know what you did last summer." By LoisDuncan. I did not like this book very much, to me it was just boring and not very attention grabbing, and i could not realate to it at all.

    The second book I read was Winter girls, by Laurie Anderson. This book was amazing to me, I proboaly enjoied it so much beacuse I could Relate to it. The book is about a girl who is anorexic and who is trying to fight it. I am not say i was or am anorexic but when i was reading this book I could feel how she felt. For all of 7th grade I was the fat one and always got made fun of and I knew in the beging I was not fat but when you here it everday over and over it gets stuck in your head that you are so for that whole 7th grade summer and through 8th grade i went on a huge diet. I loved that book because I had an attachment to the character I put myself in her place so it was a fast and easy read.

    Ps: People still call me fat to this day oh yes that is totally me totally a fatty all 104 pounds gosh size 2 jeans O MY GOSH MRS. DAVIS!!!! I am so sorry you have a fatty in youir class. I find it entertaining because im not fat :)
    I don't let what ANYONE says about me get to me I am who I am if you don't like me thats a bummer cause I don't change for anyone :)

     
  • At 11:43 AM , Blogger Buffunicorn said...

    Kurtis Werner
    Block 6

    During the summer I read a great book called "Whose afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" It is about a notorious criminal who kidnaps people. He kidnaps a girl because he thinks she is pretty and she try’s to escape.

     
  • At 8:42 PM , Blogger isaac3777ahsfootball said...

    isaac Prudhomme davis 6

    this great but short summer i read the trap which is a book about a 17 year old kid gos on a qwest to save his 80 some year old grandfather from one of his own traps in the hills of alaska

     
  • At 2:32 PM , Blogger mj777 said...

    Hi Mrs. Davis. This is Megan Jeffords from period 6 english. I read the book Twilight by Stephenie meyer. This book was very interesting and it had alot of action in it, even though it was a vampire book. Twilight is about a teenage girl named Bella who moves to the town of Forks. after Bella settles into her now high school, she sarts to see some weird behavior in the family of the Cullens. Throughout the book she starts to hang out around the youngest Cullen, Edward, and that is when Bella finds out that he is a vampire. The rest of the book is just really about the m and their relationship together.

     
  • At 6:40 AM , Blogger Sarah Hall said...

    The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go. Our online custom writing service has been specially designed for all those who don't have enough time for reading and writing!

     

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