Is it morally justified to publish a need to know story when it could easily ruin a persons life? Some questions seem to be easier to answer than others, some don’t have definite answers, some are more complicated to answer than others. Change Up Mystery at the World-Series by John Fienstien is a thrilling suspense novel that teaches kids and adults alike an important life lesson that effects all age groups:There are blurred lines between right and wrong. John Fienstien uses conflict all throughout his story, Change-Up, Mystery At the World Series, to develop the plot of the book, one major example of conflict is between Stevie and himself. He doesn’t really know whether he is right for writing the story, or wrong for ruining someones life and if at the end of the day he should publish the story.
Book Review I think the book “Touching Spirit Bear” book is a extremely action packed & dramatic book. In this book two teenage boys (Peter and Cole) have a depressing start to life , on the other hand they starts to explore themselves and find who they truly are. DRAMA & ACTION. Those are the two main words. If you like drama and action i bet you would like this book.
The book Divergent is set in a futuristic world with new technologies and fascinating scenery. The author has an ability to capture everything in sight, to give you elaborate details of what going on around each scene of the book. The dialogue in this book gives you a feeling of being a character in the book itself. There are many unexpected twist and turns in this book and it definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Delirium: What if love were a disease? - Lauren Oliver Review Published in 2011, Lauren Oliver’s powerful New York Times bestselling novel Delirium- Is a dystopian novel about forbidden love that tells the story of a girl living in a society where the government declares love: amor delirium nervosa, a fatal disease and as soon as they turn 18 the government forces them to have a procedure called the cure which will eradicate the feelings of love. Lena living with her aunt, uncle and cousins is looking forward to being cured and living a safe, predictable life. Lena believes that love is to be feared, she watched love destroy her mother and wasn’t about to make the same mistake, but with only ninety-five days left until her treatment, Lena meets Alex who changes her mind and she is then determined to evade the authorities and live her life as she chooses.
For my mystery book talk, I read Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. This book takes place in Cairnholm which is an island off of the UK. The main character, Jacob, finds a loop that lets him go back in time to September 3, 1940. He uses the loop to go back and forth from the present to the past and back to the present.
Paul Revere, the amazingly brave American hero who saved the country, say the storytellers and poets. While he really was just an average messenger who was captured by the British. In the poem Paul Revere’s ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Longfellow does an extraordinary job at creating suspense throughout the poem. He does this by often using metaphors, similes, and detailed descriptions including rhymes. Longfellow wrote “A phantom ship with a mast and spar Across the moon like a prison bar,” which are examples of rhyme, metaphor, and a simile.
Introduction: The story “By The Water Of Babylon”, written by Stephen Vincent Benet, has a plethora of aspects of literary elements that depict the story. The following analyzes the story using the seven elements of fiction. Setting: The story takes place around New York, a plethora of generations after a fatal war came around, which desolated civilizations.
Harriet Tubman is a big part in american history, She made a lot of incredible decisions and remarkable bravery. Harriet Risked her life many times to try and save the people that needed help. Harriet Tubman was such a role model to lots of people. Harriet was born in maryland, harriet had a very tough childhood, Growing up was very tough and very scary. Harriet was forced to work when she was only 6 years old and was beaten and threatened when she didn't work hard enough.
“Africans in America” part IV “Judgment Day” is a PBS documentary that uses quotes, journal entries and photographs along with commentary from historians to discuss slavery in America. This documentary does a good job of relaying the anger and pain that slavery brought to America. “White people want slaves, they want us for slaves, but they will rue the day they were born.” This quote from David Walker helps set the mood and the emotions festering in the black people of America.
In the book Chasing Freedom there came a lot of huge changes for the freed slaves. Since they went from very hot to cold temperatures in the matter of a few days. The speed they started to learn how to survive in those climates was crazy . Plus going from living on a plantation where all they know was slavery to now being considered a “free” man or women was a lot for those people. They had to learn quickly how to gain money and how to build their own “homes”.