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Monthly Archives: December 2014

“Dinosaurs Before Dark”, by Mary Osborne

First Name: Sully Book Title: Dinosaurs before Dark Author: Mary Osborne Classification: Fiction Fiction Genres: Historical Fiction,Suspense/Thriller Setting: Prehistoric times during the day. Characters or Subject Matter: Jack, Annie, and dinosaurs Problem/Conflict or Favorite Part: Jack and Annie get in a magic tree house and end up in a land of dinosaurs. Jack almost gets […]

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“Dinosaurs Before Dark”, by Mary Osborne

First Name: Harry Book Title: Dinosaurs Before Dark Author: Mary Osborne Classification: Fiction Fiction Genres: Historical Fiction Setting: Dinosaur times. Characters or Subject Matter: Dan Annie and dinosaurs Problem/Conflict or Favorite Part: Dan and Annie get stuck back with the dinosaurs. I love when The t-Rex comes out. Conclusion: They get back in the tree […]

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“Hattie Baked a Wedding Cake”, by Toby Speed

First Name: Harry Book Title: Hattie Baked a Wedding Cake Author: Toby. Speed Classification: Fiction Fiction Genres: Fantasy Setting: In a house Characters or Subject Matter: Hattie Bride Problem/Conflict or Favorite Part: Glass were in a cake. Conclusion: They got everything out of the cake. Star Rating: 5

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“Goofy Takes Off”, by Disney

First Name: Sully Book Title: Goofy takes off Author: Disney Classification: Fiction Fiction Genres: Fairy Tale,Humor Setting: Switzerland during the day Characters or Subject Matter: Goofy Hans Mickey Morty Fritz Margret Ferdi Problem/Conflict or Favorite Part: Goofy couldn’t ski. I liked when Hans said I’m not a baby. Conclusion: Hans saved Goofy. Star Rating: 5

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“Can Rats Swim From Sewers Into Toilets?”, by Alison Behnke

First Name: Nora Book Title: Can Rats Swim From Sewers Into Toilets? Author: Alison Behnke Classification: Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Genres: Reference Book Setting: The world. Characters or Subject Matter: Fact or fiction Problem/Conflict or Favorite Part: My favorite part was if rats can swim from sewers into toilets. Oh they can!

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“The Quest for the Diamond Sword”, by Winter Morgan

First Name: Veda Book Title: The Quest for the Diamond Sword Author: Winter Morgan (not a real person, it’s a pen name) Classification: Fiction Fiction Genres: Fantasy Setting: In the desert. Characters or Subject Matter: Steve, Lucy, Max, and Henry Problem/Conflict or Favorite Part: The problem is he has to get the diamond sword to […]

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“The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”, by C.S. Lewis

First Name: Veda Book Title: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe Author: C.S. Lewis Classification: Fiction Fiction Genres: Fantasy Setting: It takes place during a war in Narnia~ a place in a wardrobe. Characters or Subject Matter: Lucy, Peter, Edmund, Susie, White Witch, Aslan, Mr. Tumnus, unicorns, snow leopards, wolves, a giant Problem/Conflict or […]

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Silent Observation, Shadow Puppets, and Altered Journals

Electron/Muon Writer’s Workshop This week I didn’t introduce any new techniques for our altered journals. Instead we went over the definition of found poetry and I gave everyone the chance to continue working on projects that were already started. Magic Muons The Muons reviewed a few more submissions to their zine, and settled on a […]

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