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Books that have effected me throughout my life

Reading Odessy
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Zack Ziegler

on 9 September 2012

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Transcript of Books that have effected me throughout my life

This book was probably one of my favorite children's books. It's so silly and funny, yet not too dumb. I loved it and still love it to this day! These are some books that have effected me and what I do and how I think throughout my life. By: Zack Ziegler Not only was this book a very good read, it also had an amazing moral, that life happens, and if you aren't ready to change with it, you won't have a very good life. I think this has impacted my in my life today and forever, and I will deal with change no matter how bad it may seem. I think everyone else should at least try to do this too. My first book is, "Who Moved My Cheese?"
It was very good because it told me that things change and you have to adapt, and if you don't, life isn't very fun. It was also good as a book, not just a lesson learner. It told the story of two mice and two littlepeople, and how they learned to adapt. It was interesting, the aspect of how the author used real life and made something unreal. I thought was very interesting to read. And now for the next book... "Green Eggs and Ham" taught me to to try new things, even if You don't think you'll like it. I use this a LOT in my life today and I know I will use it later in life. Green Eggs and Ham This book was also pretty fun to read too! "Oh, the Places You'll Go"! "The Cat in the Hat" This was one of the best books I've ever read, and I will always remember reading this amazing book. I think this will help me throughout my life. "The Hunger Games" Not only did this book help me try new things, it was also a very good read. Most people think it's a baby book, but still like to this day And now... This book taught me that doing what you want has good and bad consequences, but most of the time it will be bad. You need to know how to keep order to your life. It taught me to be thankful for what I have, and that I'm very lucky. This was a very insightful book and I will always be thankful for everything that I have because they were so poor were NOT treated fairly. "The Cat in the Hat" told me that I can do anything, if I set my mind to it. To not give up, and if I mess up, then I'll clean it up!
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