This book was written to remind the students about bullying matters in school and the consequences of it. Book Title:- Sisters (197 pg) Raina Telgemiemer Raina has always want a sister since she’s the only child at home but when her sister, Amara was born, she wasn’t happy about it. She finds that Amara is very annoying and her presence distracted her life. Raina went to her cousin’s house for gathering with her mom, Amara and her brother. On their way back, their car broke down.
She had a father role-model but because of his occupation as a doctor, he was almost never at home, meaning Lara-Jean was in-charge. She spent more time worrying about school, making dinners, and driving her sister around then hanging out with friends or going to fun school events. This was never good for her because she would always feel left out of things, but not only that, she wouldn’t have as many highschool memories as her other friends. Making memories in highschool is very important to a person because it is amazing to look back on and cherish, but for someone such as Lara-Jean, they would feel left out as a kid and a grown-up to look back at all of the fun things everyone took part in except for
He tells the principal that his daughter can`t concentrate in Brads class. Amanda goes to Brad class to see him every day because she likes his class very much. Another day one mother talk to Brad and tells him that her daughter Heather has cancer and she is going to miss school for a while. Heather tells Brad he is her favorite teacher. He also has a student named Thomas who gets out of class without permission and says bad words.
Humble people share the credit and wealth, remaining focused and hungry to continue the journey of success.” A few months ago, I was working at a German Café in Bartow called Oktoberfest. My friend, Jaqueline, had told me that they were hiring people. I applied for the job and was hired that day. I was very excited because I had taken two years of German at my previous school. I knew how to read the menu in German and was familiar with the types of food.
My mom informed the school counselor and arranged for me to meet with the counselor weekly to express how I was feeling. I was embarrassed about the divorce and I did not talk about it with any of my friends. I started to lose some of the close bonds I had with my
Bronte intertwines her life into the character and it is reflected throughout the book. Jane was an orphan raised by her relatives who made her unhappy, who later sent her away to boarding school that also didn’t have the greatest conditions. In contrast to that, Bronte was also an orphan who grew up without her mother and was sent away to a boarding school. A typhoid epidemic erupted in Bronte’s life which later killed both of her sisters. In Jane’s scenario, when she arrived to her new boarding school, she became very close with one of the girls who was affected by this epidemic, and died very shortly (Bloom, Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre).
I dropped out of school when my mother died to fend for my younger siblings. On one particular Mother’s Day, I remembered what my mother said a day before her demise. She said, for you to change our predicament, you must be educated; she went further to say she could not take care of us because her past generation never went to school. The thought was popping up on my mind on that Mother’s Day. Instantly, something inside of me shifted, I could not concentrate again, I went to my uncle for financial help to continue my education.
The Girl with a Baby 1. My favorite character would be Jane who is the main character of this book. The reason for this is because of how she goes through tough moments and still is able to get through it. For example, how she lost her mother and she is the only girl with the two brothers. Her two brothers are troublemakers who don't care about anything and have dropped out of high school.
PEG “Ben, how can I ever be as good as you at programming.” I asked timidly. Too shy to even make eye contact, my stomach churned as I waited for an answer. This was me in Grade 9, a member of my school’s Programming Enrichment Group (PEG): a bi-weekly after school club that taught programming to middle and high school students for two hours every Wednesday and Friday. “Curiosity,” Ben replied to my question, “when you truly yearn to know, you will learn incredibly fast”—however, I would soon uncover a different answer. When I first joined PEG, the student-instructors (like Ben) welcomed me warmly, guiding me through the basics and encouraging me not to give up even when I was behind.
but I kept on drowning. My mom would wonder what was wrong with me. every time she saw me cry during freshman year she would ask what's wrong I hate seeing you like this please tell me what's wrong because if you don't tell me what's wrong how am I supposed to help you. I told her no I can't tell you because I'm so scared. She was so scared of what's there's nothing to be scared of where your parents we are here for you that's what parents are for to help out their children and to love them and care for them no matter what situation it is.