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tengo miedo de que las ganas me consuman
No puedo quedarme dormido 😢 y aquí estoy escuchando música por si hace efecto.
No me quejo de lo que haces, por qué yo soy peor.
100000/10. I love this book so much, I know it like the back of my hand
2. Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling
2/10. I like that it had representation for amputees and kids with tourettes, but the writing was awful and really, REALLY slow. It also kinda sucked at getting me to feel for the characters.
3. Resist by Alan Gratz
This is just a preview of the book but I really liked it! 6/10
4. Refugee by Alan Gratz
7/10. I really liked this book and got it signed by Gratz when he came to my school!
5. Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Tery Pratchett
100/10. I love the book. I love the show. I love the authors. Amazing.
6. Coraline by Neil Gaiman
90/10. Really freaked me out when I first read it. But, I got the book for Christmas and it’s a great read!
7. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
100/10 I love this book so much. It was the book that got me into reading Gaimans books. It’s so good.
8. Fortunately the Milk by Neil Gaiman
Again, got it at Christmas in a set with Coraline and The Graveyard Book. Its hilarious. 100/10
9. Peter Pan by J.M Barrie
8/10. Classic. I like to reread it sometimes not often though.
10. The Secret Garden by Grances Hodgson Burnett
9/10. Again, a classic that I really love.
11. The Lost Hero by Rick Riodan
6/10. Haven’t read it in a long time, but got me into the Heros of Olympus series.
12. The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riodan
7/10, again, another Heros of Olympus book. My favorite out of them all.
13. A Line in the Sand, The Alamo Diary of Lucinda Lawrence by Sherry Garland
10/10. I love the Dear America series and pretty much grew up reading it. You can’t imagine my excitement when I found a few books in the series at my great-grandparents old house.
14. A Picture of Freedom, the Diary of Clotee, a Slave Girl by Patricia C. McKissack
Again, 10/10, I just love the authenticity in these books.
15. Standing in the Light, the Captive Diary of Catharine Carey Logan by Mary Pope Osborne
9/10. Starting this book, I really didnt like it. It was my leat favorite out of all the Dear America books just because it started out so incredibly racist towards Indigenous people. Though, the time period the book takes place in it made sense that that would be a big part of it. Though, as the main character started to grow and love and accept these people, even though they where different than her, it made this one of my favorite books in the series.
16. Anger is a Gift by Mark Oshiro
10/10, I love this book so much. It doesn’t sugar coat any of the problems faced within it and it’s a great read.
17. The Book Theif by Markus Zusak. Collectors Edition
9/10. I love it a lot. It’s one of my favorite books. Got it at a garage sale and have loved it ever since. Again, it doesn’t sugar coat things at all and it just seems real. It’s what inspired me to write many of the short stories picturing Death and Life as characters. The only thing that keeps it from being a 10/10 is the format of it. The lack of chapter numbers irked me a little but other than that, its amazing.
18. Dive. The Trilogy by Gordon Korman. Special Edition
4/10. I didnt really read this a lot just because the writing wasn’t that great. It was slow and not very interesting. I dont even remeber when or why I got it.
19. The Inkheart/Inkspell/Inkdeath trilogy by Cornelia Funke
9/10. I love the books. I love the movie. The only thing keeping it from 10/10 is that I thought the ending of the series was really cheesy and didn’t really give this series the justice it needed. Other than that, amazing.
20. Dear Even Hansen. The screenplay.
4/10. I really just got this book to figure out how some musicals are formatted during the writing stages when I was working on my own musical. I don’t like the musical just in general, but the inside cover art for this is really pretty.
21. The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang
1000/10 this graphic novel is LEGENDARY. I don’t normally like graphic novels but this one is just so good and so amazing. Please read it
22. Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims
1/10. Not good writing. Just cheesy and the smallest bit racist.
23. Europe in Our Time. A History 1945-1992 by Walter Laqueur
6/10. This was one of my moms old textbooks before I took it. I didnt read much of it, but its informative.
24. Major Probelms in American Foreign Relations. Volume 2. Fifth Addition. Documents and Essays edited by Dennis Merril and Thomas G. Paterson
100/10. Oh my god the TEA in this textbook- Again, one of my moms before I took it. The essays and documents and the information are amazing. And my GOD some of these politicians and some beef.
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Se me hace tan linda la gente que te cuenta sus aventuras y se les nota en la cara las ganas de querer seguir viviendo, seguir descubriendo y disfrutando…
Ese tipo de gente hace que si quiera por 5min tenga ganas de seguir acá.
“Ojalá pudiera hacer algo por ti.”
getting pissed with jake and playing animal crossing what is UP with life?
& I Had The Answers But Now They Mean