So far what I read about the book ¨A Long walk to water¨ is really interesting because it talks about how the girl Nya and the boy Salva survive. The girl, Nya, is fetching water from a pond that is two hours’ w
So far, what I read is really interesting about the book “ The walking forest has secrets” because it talks about how a girl named Rhea appears like a mirage in dark and dense, at the very edge of her bac
I am curious about your publication, “The Walking Forest”, because it is a very interesting story and I like how it expresses the story that keeps me reading and I would like to know more about the story because I want to know what happened to the girl A phrase that you wrote that stands out to me is “Sometimes it’s churning in the woods, and when the paths of Rea and the witch collide, a more treacherous and deadly truth than either of them could imagine surfaces.” I think this is intriguing because you can imagine many things about it if they cross if they kill each other or what happens. Thanks for writing. I hope to see what you write next, because I would like to know what happens if they are killed or crossed.
I am surprised about your publication “The Walking Forest”, because I like how he expressed himself and how he wrote the story and what is happening to the girl.
A phrase he wrote that is relevant to me is “She’s desperate to know more until she finds a peculiar boy who offers to reveal its secrets” I think this is very integrative because there is a boy who offers to reveal secrets to him, it is very mysterious because It is not known what kinds of secrets he will reveal.
Thanks for your writing, I hope to continue looking at what you write below because I found it very integral because I would like to know if they cross or if they were amtrated.
So far, the characters in “Juntos” reminds me of my cousin. The book of “Juntos” talks about how the girl Cassia wanted to go to a dance party at night but she didn’t have no one to dance with. The same day Xande
Estoy asombrada por tu post, porque aprendí de tu cultura que nunca había escuchado.
Una frase que escribiste que se destacó en para mi es “ Las personas se ocultan para evitar que les llegará una bala a ellos o a su familia”. A Veces a sí pasan cosas en muchos lugares del mundo. Muchas personas se esconden con su familia…[Read more]
I am amazed by your post, because I learned from a new culture that I had never heard.
A phrase you wrote that stands out in me is “the world there are animals who help people.” That is true because many animals help their owners. Animals also help their owners when someone wants to harm them.
Estoy asombrada por tu escritura, porque aprendí que las personas investigan sobre las tormentas de cómo se origen y cómo se va acabar. Una frase que se destaco en mi fue “ habla acerca de cómo son las tormentas y cuales son sus fases.” es como las personas que trabajan en eso investigan mucho sobre tormentas. Investi…[Read more]
Estoy asombrada por tu post, porque aprendí de una cultura nueva que nunca había escuchado.
Una frase que escribiste que se destaca para mi es “but her house disappeared and they were shocked.” Es muy triste por que asi le pasa lo mismo a otras personas. Pero a la vez es interesante de cómo la niña sobrevivió un tornado.…[Read more]
I am really excited of what you write. Your post is really interesting because you write about immigration things. Also when people come to the USA they come for a good job because they want to have more money to buy their things that they need. They also come to work hard everyday and send money to their families in mexico.
Hasta ahora lo que e leido sobre “Breaking Through” es muy interesante sobre ellos por que a mi me recuerda a algo muy similar. También lo que me gusta mas de este libro llamado “Breaking Through” es que Francisc
Estimada Jenifer, Estoy asombrada por tu post por que me recuerda a algo similar como cuando yo también iba a conocer a mis tíos y estaba muy nerviosa . Una frase que escribiste que se destaca en mi es “the only thing left was great happiness and a great smile” eso fue muy bonito.
Gracias por tu escritura espero ver lo que escribes a conti…[Read more]
Estimado Jose de Jesus, Estoy asombrada porque aprendí de una nueva cultura que nunca había escuchado.
Una frase que escribiste que se destaca es “ The characters are a girl who had super powers” Gracias por tu escritura. Espero ver lo que escribes a continuación, porque quiero aprender mas sobre tu cultura.
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