1. Why did you choose this book? I chose this book because I was bored this summer in Massachusetts and also I realy like the author, Becky Albertalli who wrote Leah on the offbeat and Simon and the Homo Sapiens agenda. Also, it had a really cool cover! 2. Explain the plot of the book, or […]Read More Wide reading 2
1. Why did you choose this book? I chose Leah on the Offbeat because I was looking for a certain book called Hyperbole and a Half at Folio Books for Farm School, anyway after I found that book I decided to buy some other books. When I was searching through the shelves, I found […]Read More 🛸Wide Reading👽 (ps: the earth is flat)
All people are created equal Yes, I think that all humans were “created equal on this earth and should not be treated any differently for any particular trait they may have. From a socio-economic standpoint, because of some peoples economic standing in society they may not be regarded in an equal status with a richer […]Read More 🔫TKAMB #1🐦
1. Why did you choose this book? I chose this book because my grandfather periodically sends me baseball books, this one looked very interesting because it was a true story. I also really like baseball although I can’t play it to save my life. 2. Explain the plot of the book, or if it is […]Read More ⚾️ One shot @ 4Evar
1. Why did you choose this book? I chose this book because I needed to do a poetry blog post and this book was recommended by Suzanne the librarian. It is a very powerful piece of literature. 2. Explain the plot of the book, or if it is a non-fiction book, what topics are covered. There […]Read More Speak Up!
1. Why did you choose this book? I chose this short story because it was a this American life story that I really liked and Nisrene said that I could do a blog post on it if I read along. I really like the striking reality of this story. 2. Explain the plot of the […]Read More 🦔Otis is Resurected😇
We as humans have a unique ideology of good and evil. We associate bad things that happen to a negative extreme with an overarching force of “Evil.” Simultaneously, we associate everything unconditionally good with an idea of the all-powerful goodness. These ideals have a huge gray area for two concepts that are polar opposites. What […]Read More 👦🏻Human Nature🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕🍃