“Places, everyone!” Drama is an exciting, emotional, and unexpected series of events or set of circumstances. Through vibrant graphics and intricate plots, Raina Telgemeier encaptures all of this in her graphic novel, Drama. Drama is filled with many ups and downs, but the protagonist, Callie, overcomes numerous challenges with heroism and the help of her friends. From her middle school musical to boy trouble, Callie realizes that all drama isn’t that bad. Raina Telgemeier’s Drama should be included in the Little Free Library due to its heroic lessons, Telgemeier’s confidence boldness in attempting to socially broaden the minds of young readers, and its established popularity.
Morgan Cook Unbroken Book Review 1/16/18 Mrs. Campbell Honors Literature PD 1 “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand was published in 2010. From the first chapter i was hooked. Hillenbrand’s imagery and style caught my eye and pulled me into Louie’s story with no hesitation. I absolutely loved Hillenbrand’s structure in this book and it was much better than others i have read. She did an absolutely wonderful job of creating this time period with just her words and it’s one of my favorite things about this book.
The Joy of Reading and Writing Superman and Me, by Sherman Alexie tells a personal story of his experience as an Indian in Spokane Indian Reservation. Sherman grew up with his father who loved books, that’s were Sherman’s passion for books began. As an Indian Sherman was expected to be “stupid and to fail in life,” no more than that. Sherman knew he wanted to succeed in life, Sherman “refused to fail.” Sherman’s message to society became clear, with education comes knowledge without it we are bound to fail in life. In The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me, expresses joy and desperation to succeed in life.
I often forgot that it was only written a few years ago. And then there’s the authentic, likeable characters! Lincoln is who every teenager reading Fangirl would want to be reading about in ten years. Cute, geeky, lovely, but his story isn’t easy and sadness frequents Attachments as much as the cute romance. Lincoln happens to hate his job, he still lives at home with his mother, his Dungeons & Dragons-playing friends all have families… He wants out, but leaving Beth, and her emails, is difficult to
Also she makes the characters do things that I don't a imagine happening with the story but she makes them fit in anyway. I rate this book a 9.5/10 because the author used great character description and good description but I felt like there was something missing in the story but I don't know what it was or how to explain. I felt like the book had everything that a good book need and all the things that I like in the book. All in all the book was a great book, it had great description and I hope that you read it and think the same thoughts as I did. Read Vanished, by Sheela Chari today.
few more stories, and poems. Anne of Green Gables became a huge success, it came out into movies, television shows and musicals. The book had spectacular scenes that would not bore me so I could learn a moral of the story in a funny or an easy way.Lucy has a great capability to relieve her stress by writing and her books left many good impression to people until
Out of all the characters in this novel, Eva Luna, I enjoyed reading about Melesio the most. Throughout the chapters, he has brought the pages alive with his strength and determination to change the course of his life, and write the end to his story. Melesio, later referred to as Mimi, was the best friend of La Senora, and is a transgender woman, who later becomes a famous telenovelas actress. She also becomes a significant influence in Eva’s life by encouraging her to write down her stories. Not only did she become Eva’s good friend and roommate, but she was also the role model of determination and kindness that Eva needed in that stage of her life.
That’s why so may people enjoy these two stories because they can relate. An example of love from Perks of Being a Wallflower is when Charlie loved his Aunt Helen. She was the only person in his life who showed hi love and support. Unfortunately, he felt a ton of guilt when she died going to get his Christmas gift. In the movie Deadpool, the main character was in love with his girlfriend.
Freedom: the core ideal of countless political systems and philosophical doctrines around the world. In literature, the same is also true. Being free is such a widespread concept throughout the literary world, that nearly any story read would contain freedom as an underlying theme. Both authors and readers seem to love the idea of being free, as it is portrayed as a universal theme in many well-known stories such as “The Story of an Hour,” “Bartelby the Scrivener,” and the “A&P.” Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” is a prime example of how being free is a universal theme in literature. In her short story, Chopin writes about a woman who has been oppressed by her husband for so long that she does not know what it feels like to be free.
As a result, she read children’s books every single day, and eventually she graduated to the adult books. Her parents were strongly against her reading books, which led to her discovering her “power.” After a harsh yelling from her dad, Matilda realized that she had telekinetic powers. Matilda is a hero because she didn’t use her powers selfishly, and she was fearless. The way Odysseus defeated Troy and defeated the obstacles purposely placed in front of him are characteristics of a hero. On the other hand, Odysseus also lost all of shipmates on his journey home, which he could have avoided.
In “Sharon Cho” from Speaking of Reading, Sharon Cho discusses how, why and the positives to reading. She read everything, she was sick and out of school a lot and reading was what she would do when she was out of school. Simultaneously, while she was reading she picked up on many things including, she now has a better vocabulary and she is more creative. After all, reading makes Sharon feel good about herself, superhero comic books made her feel grand. She felt like she could be a superhero, and felt like she was.
This book is understandable, which gives the reader a better experience while reading. Firstly, many teenagers will be able to relate to the themes and messages portrayed in the book. Also, the plot and events that the author chose to incorporate, are sympathetic to youth. Joseph really thought about her ideas and chose them each for a specific reason. In addition, the author has a very unique writing style.
I remember reading books from Dr. Seuss to Magic Tree House to Junie B. Jones and Harry Potter. My favorite book was definitely Amelia Bedelia as it was an easy read that also provided humor. There’s no way I could even begin to imagine my childhood without reading. The
She loves writing the novels as much as reading them to as she is still writing and releasing new books frequently. Morgan Rhodes also holds classes for young writers and tries to help answer questions when presented the opportunity. (Rowen) So in Conclusion Morgan Rhodes is a great author with many great points and supports other who are looking to become writers like herself. Thus improving her status as a very popular author further by giving her even better