An interesting storyline with friendly themes such as friendship, hope and never give up, attract all ages, most likely kids, and certainly please many adults too. After reading this book, I find myself relating to Abby about the feelings of missing a “best friend” and hope to see each other again someday. Moreover, Bobbie Pyron alternates between Abby’s perspective (in the first person) and Tam’s perspective (in the third person) in every chapter to demonstrate how these two main characters are desperately trying to find the way back to one another. The readers could easily see the descriptive views of things that happened in the story through her simplistic and comprehensible, but also idiomatic and full of imagery writing
E. Lockhart also known as Emily Jenkins has written six other books including a four book series about Ruby Oliver a fictional character. She has two other books: Dramarama and Fly on the Wall. Lockhart has also co written a book with authors, Lauren Myracle and Sarah Mlynowski. Emily attended the University of Columbia and started her writing career in her home town New York City. She has been nominated for numerous awards such as Goodreads Choice Awards Best Young Adult Fiction in which she won.
Unlike most of its contemporaries, the series gives a backstory to each of its witches, which gives it a more realistic feel. It could arguably be said to be one of the most character driven paranormal novels, as its focus is the relationship between the lead protagonist Maggie, her possible love interests, her boyfriend, her mother, and her three sisters. April Aasheim shines in the depiction of relationships particularly between Maggie and her sisters. The jealousy, protectiveness, co-dependence, adoration, sibling rivalry and all sorts of sisterly love and emotions make for such a thrilling ride. When it comes to a novel about witches, the Daughters of Dark Root has some of the best awesome magic you could ever find in a paranormal or magic novel.
Violet Duke is the pseudonym of Nina Nakayama a contemporary romance writer who writes a series of popular happily ever after novels. The former professor of English has beaten all odds to become a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author with several of her titles. Duke writes stories of sexy matchups, sweet but everyday characters, and emotional narratives that are great fun. Since her 2013 debut Resisting the Bad Boy was published, she has gone on to sell over a million books and made her way into many international and national bestseller lists. Violet Duke asserts that she has had a lifelong obsession with books and would spend hours in the public library as a kid.
The diagnosis of Rosemary’s mom is used to build suspense in the reader’s mind, and the reader doesn’t know if her mother will die from that terminal illness or if she will survive. Suzanne Supplee really hit it home with this book. The development of the character and the plot is done so gracefully in Artichoke’s Heart. In conclusion, Artichoke’s Heart by Suzanne Supplee is an amazing book, and I would recommend it to anyone. This book is so simple, yet so intricate at the same time.
True Happiness in Little Women In the beginning of Little Women, Meg, Amy, and Jo all had dreams of how their lives would play out. At the conclusion of the book none of those dreams had come true, yet each girl was happier with her life then she would have been with her imagined castle. Meg fancied a life of riches and luxury. Jo's ideal “castle in the air” was to be a famous author and own a stable of fine horses. Amy wished to be a famous artist and live in Rome.
In “The Book Thief” Liesel Meminger loved books. The words in those books changed her life. She knew not how to read before she had come to live with her foster parents, Hans and Rosa Hubermann. Liesel loved books so much, that she stole them. She read them no matter what they were about.
To conclude, my school counselor has helped me overcome multiple barriers and obstacles over the course of my time with her. Many of these barriers and obstacles have been big steps in my life and I am very thankful for her help. My counselor helped me figure out my course schedules throughout high school, helped me find and apply for many scholarships, and also helped me get into college. Thanks to my counselor I have a future ahead of
Overall, I think the grammar and structure of my personal narrative was very effective and successful. During this first quarter, I have already been able to improve my writing. I think the comments and suggestions from my teacher and classmates really helped me too. Hopefully I can continue to develop my stories and experiment with new writing techniques. Well, I guess the next time I talk to you is at the end of quarter 2.
I found that she continued staying friends with Anne after she learned to read and write. I also saw how influential she is to society. Helen Keller is a very influential in many ways. She overcame her childhood struggles, became a worldwide activist, and continues to inspire people even though she is no longer with us. Helen Keller is a hero to many, and is very inspiring to all.