Wednesday, November 28, 2007

reacton section two

So his parents died in a car acident and it was almost the sadest thing ever. I felt so bad for him. He droped out of school. His parents lefted him with nothing no money no home no family. He is lost he doesnt know what to do or where to do. He ends up leaving class in the middle of a test well finals and he didnt even start and he is not going to pass. He doesnt have to money to pay for school anyway but he left and he walked and he didnt know where is was and he rain after a train and like jumped on it and there were 4 men in the wagan he got on. They were all drunk and tried to throw him off the train and kill him! But Camel saved him and took him under his wing which was good or he was be dead. He ended up getting on a curcis train and now they are going to make him part of it. It is really good action packed!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Reaction Blog one

I have read the first three chapters and I think that this book is very interesting i personally think that Mr. Jankowski is in need of sexual attention from a female. He is a funny old man. He is a determend man he know what is right. He is old and he still has teeth and all he wants is really food. I want to go make him his corn on the cob. The nurse that gave him that blow of fruit made his day he was so happy. That was one of my favorite parts so far. I also think that the he shy he is sitting next to this beautiful women and he doesnt say anything. I like that book so far though iIam glad I choose it

First Blog Post for Water For Elephants

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

First Blog post for outside reading quarter two!

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
It was published in 2006
This is a fiction book.
It is 331 Pages.
Well it is going to have a lot of circus terms that I won't know soo thay why is will be chanlllening for me.
I chose the book because I really enjoy love stories and this is a love story which will make want to read the book. I like not know what is going on next and i like it to be a little sad which this book seems to fit those characteristics.