Author Archives: amberlie

Late Blog Post- The Book Thief Review

Normally, I really enjoy breaking in a new novel, and I have always been a history buff. This book is unique and written in a very different style than I am used to, which is refreshing and respectable. Personally, I really didn’t enjoy this book all that much. I couldn’t actually bring myself to finish

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Roller Girl

I really enjoyed this graphic novel. I felt like the artwork was not overly colorful, and the line art was great and consistent. The story itself was a strong lesson on finding ones own identity while dealing with other’s finding their own too. It deals with jealousy, identity, forgiveness, and acceptance. Overall, this is a

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Inside Out Centos

I read the book Inside Out and Back Again. Initially I was a little skeptical about how much I was going to enjoy the book, but I was intrigued about the background of the author. I was curious about how the use of poetry as a vehicle to demonstrate a series of memories. Although I

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Kids and their books

Sorry I am so late! Had family stuff come up, so please forgive me, here we go! The Wishing Spell has been a great book so far. I am still in the first quarter of the book, so I am a little behind. I can say that, had this book been available to me when

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The Right Book

Miller makes some very good points in this discussion. If I had a teacher as attentive as she is when I was in early schooling, I would have had a much better time. I was always behind in reading skills, really behind, and no teacher said anything or did anything to help me with that

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who am I?

Sorry I am a little late, but here is my best shot!   There is a ball Three days in all No shoe to loose But which dress to choose? Evil sisters may have to pay On the princesses wedding day.  

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Original Gamer Girl

Actually, that title may be a little misleading. My name is Amberlie Arave (pronounced R-V), I am 31 years old, and a senior, finishing up an English Studies Bachelors. Someday I’ll go back for my masters and maybe a PhD, but I really want to travel a little first, and pay off some of those

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