A boy named Jon Scieszka tells his life story about growing up with five brothers. He would tell about all the fun things the used to do when they were home alone, when they would go out to play at a construction site, and how they would play slaughter ball. They hated going to school because their entire teacher faculty were nuns. They would also hate going home because their dad was a principal and their mom was a nurse, and she wold correct them every time they used an incorrect word. This is a very good book for boys at any age because all boys would do the same things that they did when they were growing up like playing football and playing in a construction site.
This story is about two people who are going on a camping trip. They go out into the woods to learn about the outdoors. Reed is a police officer and he has a little experience with the outdoors but, his wife Beck has no experience what so ever. After a long hike into the woods they arrive at a cabin and discover it is really torn up. So they can’t sleep in it and they must sleep outside. Later that night, they start to hear noises coming closer and closer. They start to run as fast as they can into the woods. Since it was dark outside and no one could see clearly, Beck fell down on some rocks. Reed couldn’t find her and when he did he saw something carry her away. That morning many cops were there gathering a search party to find Beck. When Beck woke up she had barriers all over her mouth and she was very full. She was wrapped by strong arms. She looked up and saw a gorilla looking creature, but it was fairly different that one also. It was tall and very hairy. After many hours of seraching for Beck they finally had some luck and found her backpack. As Beck was hurt and very afraid she discovered that there were more than one of these fowl smelling creatures.
I really liked this book it had plenty of excitment and drama. I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read.
I have just finished reading One Last Wish Someone Dies, Someone Lives by Lurlene McDaniel. I think this is a great book for teenagers to read. It was when Josh Martel’s brother Aaron Martel was playing football, and he died on the spot. All that was left was Josh and his grandfather had decided to donate Aaron’s organs. Katie, a girl that they had never met, got hurt running track and needed a heart. So Aaron and Katie’s blood type matched. After her surgery Josh came to meet Katie because he wanted to see who got his brother’s heart and sparks flew between them. That is all I will say because you need to read it yourself. I strongly recommend this book to all teenage girls because I really enjoyed it, and I think you will too. I do not think that books would enjoy it because it has a lot of romance. Teenage girls would enjoy it because this book is just like her other books romance and some parts sad. There was some action because Aaron before he died played football and Katie before she got hurt ran track. If you love romance and some suspense you will love this book.
I have just finished reading Angels in Pink by Lurlene McDaniel. I think this book would be great for teenagers. Because some of tehse things happen every day. The pinkangels 3 of the best friends what more can you ask. Holly, Raina and Kathleen have been through a lot with each other. The summer before their senior year they wanted that year to be fun but controlled in a way. They wanted to have a good senior year together. Raina and Kathleen spend as much time with their boyfriends, Hunter and Carson as possible. Holly is happy that her best friends have boyfriends. But sometimes she feels left out when she is around the group. She feels like nobody wants her. Holly did finally meet this boy, but she met him on the internet. His screen name is Shy Boy, and he acts very shy when they talk. She is wondering. “What did I do to make him leave like that?” Then Holly’s life is forever changed when tragedy strikes close to home. Then Holly, Raina, and Kathleen are even closer.
A young woman, nick-named Squid, accompanied by her three-year old daughter, returns to her home on a remote island off of British Columbia after a four-year absence. After an uneasy reunion, the McCrae family’s history unfolds through flashbacks and memories, some of which are painful, particularly the death of Squid’s older brother. The past collides with the present as Squid’s homecoming brings with her bittersweet recollections, revelations, and accusations.
Recommended for older readers.