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    Book Bag Report

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    When designing the book bag, I made sure that the activities I included were activities that the children would know how to complete. They were activities that the students had completed in their class with other stories or in another context. When reading stories in class, the students would create a story sequence to summarize what happened through the story. So, I knew that they would know what to do to complete the story sequence activity. To personalize it and make it fit with the story, I made it into a caterpillar that they attached the clips to with images. For the students’ letter of the week, they discuss words/images that begin with the sound for that week. For example: Letter of the week is Pp, so each student would have an…

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    The book I read was Stolen Children, by Peg Kehret. This was one of my favorite books to read, there was always something new going to happen and I didn’t want to put it down. It was also so realistic, like I would think of myself in a type of situation like this and it’s just unreal to imagine it. Also, if you thought something was going to happen, you would be totally wrong and you wouldn’t believe how off you were in guessing what would happen next, which is why I liked this book so much.…

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    The Book Thief Book Report

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    Plot Author Markus Zusak sums up the story of protagonist Liesel Meminger, a young girl residing in Nazi Germany, in his fictional novel The Book Thief. Narrated by death himself, the novel highlights significant events from the perspective of a usual being. The story develops an awareness to the struggles of the girl. This includes how her character progresses in light of the traumatic events she experiences throughout her young life. By the end of the novel, it is apparent in the growth of…

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    Book Thief Book Report

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    in the novel, The Book Thief, written by Markus Zusak.This novel is very meaningful and truly touched me. The Book Thief portrays the story of a girl named Liesel. But here is the kicker, it is narrated by Death himself. The interesting perspective makes for a very different kind of way to express the story. I absolutely loved the many themes presented in The Book Thief. I still cannot get over how well the book was written even from the strange point of view. In The Book Thief, we are first…

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    Book Report – The Book Thief The Book Thief, written by Markus Zusak, is a historically fictive novel set in Nazi Germany, at the very beginning of WWII. The Book Thief is about a young orphaned girl by the name of Leisel Meminger living during the coming of age of WWII. As Death narrates, we watch Leisel as a young girl, travelling with her mother and brother to meet her foster parents. Sadly, her younger brother Werner dies during the trip. During her brother’s funeral, she finds a book…

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    Killing Mr.Griffen The banned book I read was killing Mr.Griffen. This book was on the American library association’s most frequently banned book list in 1990-2000. This book is frequently challenged because of violence, language, drinking drugs and smoking. I think this book should probably stay on the banned books list and according to most of the research I done a lot of other people do to. According to north branch manager Janet good on October 2nd they had a meeting on the…

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    Unbroken Book Report

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    The book Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand starts off with a twelve year old boy who’s name is Louise Zamperini who lives in Torrance, California. It is 1929 and he is awoken in the night by a loud sound. He rushes to his back yard and sees a Graf Zeppelin a German dirigible plane. Louie as any child would was amazed by the Graf Zeppelin astounded Louie was not the best child, he was known as a thief. If anything went missing in anyone’s house in Torrance they knew whose door to knock on. “He…

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    Book Report: "The Kite Runner" In the novel, "The Kite runner", Khaled Hosseini tells The unforgettable story of cruelty yet redeeming love. Hosseini creates a powerful and haunting tone. In "The Kite Runner", the plot covers multiple betrayals and redemption. In "The Kite Runner," the father and son relationship between Baba and Amir is not always positive. Amir always struggles to get Baba's attention, and often feels like an outsider in his father's life. An example of their relationship is…

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    say I have read a few books on eschatology/prophecy (study of the last things). Many describe The Antichrist as a mastermind without differentiating between a mastery that stems from wisdom and understanding, and a “cunning” that proceeds from craftiness and wickedness. They are not the same. The latter is a mastery of foolishness. The Antichrist is anti-Christ. Although in appearances, he may try to imitate him, in reality, he is everything Christ is “not”. Where does wisdom come from, if not…

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    In the novel Fahrenheit 451, Ray bradbury uses subjects that are highly applied in today's world to stitch together a story of a futuristic dystopia. Some would agree that the setting in which Farenheit 451 faces is much like our own society today. The book takes place in a world where firemen do not put out fires, they start them and burn books and houses. Books are illegal and frowned upon and creative and intelligent thinking is a sin. Ray Bradbury grew up in a time where televisions were…

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