For my young adult novel, I read Bone Gap by Laura Ruby. I chose to read Bone Gap because Dr. Jaxon recommended it after she had read it herself, and because I was dreading to read my first choice, The Book Thief, after hearing about just how difficult The Book Thief was to get through.
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Part (A): For my poetry book, I chose to read Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson. The reason why I chose to read this book over my original choice was because I was itching to read more books by Woodson after finishing After Tupac and D. Foster. Initially, I assumed that the book would be
For my series book, I am reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney. The reason why I chose this book was because I had previously read it as a middle schooler; the book’s debut was in 2007, the year I began going to Marsh Jr. High School. I remember finding the book very
I thought that the first chapter of Miller’s Reading in the Wild was amazingly well-written, and there were points put forth with which I enthusiastically agree. At the beginning of the chapter, Miller states that the endless “to-do” list of professional, personal, and familial obligations can make it difficult to fit in the proper time
She doesn’t mind the northern weather; There, there aren’t any fish or feathers. But there are, of course, family plots against her. By no cupid’s bow was dear dad bit, With no stones was the Cinderwench hit, And I can’t seem to write a good riddle for shit.
Hello, my name is Tara Morgan, and I was born and raised here in Chico. Once upon a time, my parents came here to receive their degrees and never left, and when it came time for me to decide where I wanted to study, I stayed as well. I’m currently undergoing my third year here at