Profile Photo

KaimeaOffline

  • Kaimea
  • New York, NY, USA
  • 3

    Posts

  • 7

    Comments

  • 226

    Views

  • Profile picture of Kaimea
    Profile Photo
    Book Club
    Public Group
    113 Members
  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea commented on the post, The twin

    Dear Jaylene,
    I am interested by your post because ivy sounds like a kind and thoughtful person, and your reasoning is very strong.
    One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ You need to be careful with this. Believe me, you can’t get ahead of her. She’s sick but she’s also far more conniving than you could ever imagine.” I think this is i…Read More

  • Dear ocean:
    I am interested by your post, “One of us is Next by Karen m. McManus report,” because I liked your opinions and reasoning.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “This conflict is surprising because why aren’t the kids that are getting these messages telling teachers, do they want the same outcome as last time. The aut…Read More

  • Dear Mathew,
    I am interested in post because I enjoyed the way you explained your thoughts, and used quotes to help the reader picture the events that are happening
    One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ junior 8 is describing one of the senses of murder and jurior 3 gets fed up with this and starts arguing with him, and junior 8 c…Read More

  • Dear Heather,
    I am interested by your post because your questions about what has happened so far in this book were very interesting, and they were things that I had never thought of or realized while reading this book.
    One thing you said that stands out for me is: “Both Katniss and Jonas are just trying to make their country better. Both of t…Read More

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea commented on the post, Where is Margo

    Dear Nicolle,
    I am interested in your post because I’ve read Paper Towns before and I am curious about what your opinions about this book were.
    One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ And where did Margo go like what is going on?”
    because while I was reading the book, I had the same questions as well, like what’s happening? why and w…Read More

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea commented on the post, YouTube

    Dear Melissa:
    I agree enlightened with your post, “YouTube,” because you explained what YouTube is, and also the positive and negative aspects.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “YouTube is a platform used to upload videos and express your creativity online.” I think this is very true because YouTube is can be a great opportu…Read More

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea wrote a new post

    The confident, thoughtful and empathetic Scout Finch

    Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, the protagonist in To Kill a Mockingbird, has a few traits that influence her relationships with others. One, she is confident. Two, she is thoughtful.  Three, she is empathetic.  These traits influence her relationships with others. “...

    Read More
    1 Comment
    • I liked how you added a lot of quotes in the the book to help us understand her traits as a in a relationship, good job.

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea wrote a new post

    jean Louise "scout" finch the confidant

    Jean louise finch, or scout, is a dynamic character. Her archetype changes over the course of the book. At the beginning of the book she is the archetypal. This can be seen on 84 page, where the author writes: Francis...

    Read More
    1 Comment
  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea is feeling Confused

    I’m at the beginning of how to kill a mockingbird by harper lee. I’m a little confused of what the author is talking about the person Simon finch.

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea is feeling Surprised

    I’m in the beginning of the ballad of songbirds and snakes by Suzanne Collins. In the beginning of the book, I was really surprised that president snow, the riches person in all of Panem, grew up poor.

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea is feeling Relaxed

    I just finished the book mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. I finished at page 340 of part III. I enjoyed the ending where Katniss, the main character, gets sent back to her home and has a happy family.

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea wrote a new post

    MOCKINGJAY

    Recently, I read mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins.  I enjoyed this book because it was very nerve racking and exciting.  The protagonist is katniss everdeen. Her story is set in first at district 13, then the capitol, specifically in panem. The...

    Read More
    4 Comments
    • Dear, kaimea I read all of the hunger gamebooks and movies I want to ask you how did you feel when she killed president coin and I agree with you is person v self type of conflict because ever death of a character or player in the hunger games that she was friend with she thought it was her fault.

    • I think that is also important to mention that she killed coin because she saw that she was not looking for equality. This relates to now because it is important that we don’t try to become more powerful we should try to make everybody equal.

    • Dear Kaimea,

      I am interested in your post because I haven’t read the Hunger Games and I’ve heard that they are really good books. I would like to read them and I will see if it is interesting by using your post.

      One thing you said that stands out for me is “The significance of district 13 setting is that it’s the starting point as katniss develops a rebellious plan, it’s important that it starts there because many factors are involved that affect katniss’ decisions like the unpredictable president of the district. The significance of the setting shifting from district 13 to the capitol is that she creates a plan to kill the inhumane president that forced her to play a piece in his games, ” I think that this is interesting is because I wonder what games she is talking about and why she is so upset about it.

      Have you seen this book, https://www.amazon.com/Ballad-Songbirds-Snakes-Hunger-Games/dp/1338635174. I think that you might be interested in this book because it is the sequel to the book you’ve written this post about.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I want to hear your opinion on other books as well.

    • Dear Kaimea
      I am interested in, your post because you explain stuff about the book and you make it seem interesting.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ I enjoyed this book because it was very nerve racking and exciting.” I think this is interesting, because you saying that makes more people want to read it, and find out what it is about.Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next.

  • Dear Osiris,
    I am interested in your writing, “is boredom a good thing?” because i though you made a good point with learning to look at boredom with a positive attitude, then boredom may not seem like such a bad thing. one thing you said that stands out for me is “The faster people accept, instead of dragging, boredom the faster people would…Read More

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea Changed their profile cover

  • Profile picture of Kaimea

    Kaimea changed their profile picture

Media

Groups

Group logo of Book Club
Book Club
Public Group

Youth Voices is an open publishing platform for youth. The site is organized by teachers with support from the National Writing Project. Opinions expressed by writers are their own.

CC BY-SA 4.0All work on Youth Voices is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

CONTACT US

We welcome new members. You can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Sending
Missions on Youth Voices
or

Log in with your credentials

or    

Forgot your details?

or

Create Account