Bill his teacher gives him a lot of book to read and also to write an essay about book so that his writing skills get better. Bill says that Charlie is smarter than all other kids and can handle more work and found that he is a shy student that even he knew the answer he didn’t participate in class and He is an outcast in high school and is trying to find himself. He is very shy when he first meet people, can’t speak focused and when he talks he often drifts from topic to topic quickly. He also loves music and make mix tape. He wanted to become writer someday.
It was also fate that Wade was such an intelligent person in the first place. While Wade is in his OASIS Studies class, he says, “Today he was reading excerpts from The Egg Man, a bestselling Halliday biography that I’d already read four times” (p. 52). Wade devotes his time to learning all about the life of James Halliday. His intelligence and curiosity allows him to know what he needs to know in school, get good grades, and almost never pay attention during class. Because of his extra time during school, Wade can put even more time towards Halliday’s easter egg hunt.
Though the book was published in 1999, the main theme still highlights the present day situation of teenagers’ universally and is not confined to any particular social class. Chbosky presents his story in the form of letters that the protagonist Charlie has written to an anonymous person i.e. the readers. “Dear friend, I am writing to you because she said you listen and understand,” says the opening line of the book. The plot revolves around Charlie, who is portrayed to as a shy boy in a typical healthy family which once included his late Aunt Helen, whom he loved very much.
Hello Mr.Rase, my name’s Elena Serafimovski and I’m a writer in my junior year of high school. Writing is extremely comforting to me, I even find it therapeutic. As a young writer, I would write short stories on silly ideas like puppies or flowers because I enjoyed that. As I progressed through middle school, I picked up different styles of writing by reading books from various authors. The more styles of writing that I read, the more I wrote.
Book #1 Title: Arthur’s April Fool Author: Marc Brown Illustrator: Marc Brown Publication Date: 1983 Genre: Modern Fantasy Reading Level: 3rd grade Summary: It is April First which is a time for practical jokes and the April Fool’s Day school assembly. Before the assembly one boy threatens to pulverize Arthur, which makes Arthur so nervous that he forgets his tricks. The one trick Arthur wants to do now is make this boy disappear, but can he do it? He has a hilarious solution for his problem. Justification for Inclusion: Luke enjoys reading funny stories.
I most enjoy books under the realistic fiction genre. I have a habit of losing myself in a good book, and books that could really happen always pull me in the Mays 2 most. When I was in middle school, I made reading a daily hobby. It is sad that I stopped doing that
Striving to create a legacy through his fiction like his favorite fantasy authors had, Bradbury began publishing his writing out of high school. His love for science-fiction is evident throughout his work, especially in his novel Fahrenheit 451, a story that depicts a futuristic world intent on eradicating books in order to maintain an ignorant, unquestioning society. William Golding also incorporated his past experiences into his writing; however, unlike Bradbury, Golding’s later life influenced his stories. Being a grammar school teacher after college, Golding found writing inspiration in the unruly young boys he taught (“William Golding”). These children undoubtedly shaped Golding’s vision to write Lord of The Flies, a story in which a group of British boys stranded on an island disastrously attempt to govern themselves.
I was pleasantly surprised and then blown away by the whole thing, this is one book I will read over and over again. Let me start off with pointing out the certain parallels between this story and Peter Pan, at least the ones I could catch that I could avoid spoilers with. This story starts off with the main character, Olivia (also called Livy), reading the story Peter Pan to the children in the hosptial. May I present example A, Livy tells stories to children and notices a mysterious, yet very attractive, boy/man leaning against the wall who always disappears when the stories are over. There is no
Tay takes me out to the movies and out to dinner often, which I adore so much. I could treat him so badly and unfairly sometimes, but he still loves me regardless. One day, Tay had purchased the wrong phone card plan for my phone to be turned on. I had felt so guilty simply due to the fact that he waisted his money. He just wanted talk to me anxiously so he could tell me good morning and goodnight on the phone for another whole month.So, he spent his last few dollars on the right phone card just for me.
Peter hunt is a British scholar who is Professor Emeritus in Children's Literature at Cardiff University. Hunt's books include works of criticism, novels, and stories for younger children. The Children's Literature courses that he ran at Cardiff were the first to treat children's literature as a subject of academic study in the UK. Hunt finds himself struggling with the first question, noting that books 'written for' children are sometimes only understandable by adults, or are much more appreciated by adults (such as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland). Peter Hunt in his essay instruction and delight argues that Children literature is the most exciting and vibrant of all literary studies.