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Transcript: October: Thirteen Reasons Why by: Jay Asher, was a heartbreaking book to read. It is a mystery fiction book. This book was fantastic and interesting. It was an overwhelming book that I couldn't wait to finish. I loved it because, it is a different type of book and it was devastating to read. I would recommend this book to people who do not get sad over reading a sad book. I would read this book over and over again and i would never get tired of it. February: Where She Went By: Gayle Forman It is a fiction, romance novel. It is the sequel to If I Stay. This book unlike If I Stay, it is in Adam's perspective. I am not going to lie, i hated the first seven to eight chapters. It was really boring. But, then i got to the ninth or tenth chapter and it was really good. I would recommend this book to someone who has read If I Stay and or other romance novels. But, just because I said the beginning was boring, doesn't mean you shouldn't read it. If you ant to read it, read it, it has an amazing ending. April: The Diary of Anne Frank By: Anne Frank This a non-fiction autobiography about a young girl hiding during the Holocaust. Her family went into hiding when World War II began. They stayed in hiding for two years until someone sold them out to the Nazis. This book is full of Anne Frank's diary entries during her time in hiding. It includes how it felt to be in such a small space, the fights the families got into, and her own feelings about the people she lived with. I liked this book because, of how Anne Frank talked about life and how to live it. I would recommend this book to someone who wants to read about experiences during World War II and someone who likes non-fiction books. March: Looking for Alaska: By: John Green This book is a mystery and a fiction book. There are two parts to this book, before and after. I loved the before part. It is about Miles and what happened before a really big incident. The part of after, wasn't as exciting and interesting as before, but it was still good. The after part is about what happened after the really big incident. I liked this book because, it was different compared to the the other books I have read. I would recommend this book to someone who likes a mystery. Also, some who likes books written by John Green. Remember: Alaska is a person, not the place. December: Is I Stay By: Gayle Forman It is a fiction and romance book. I liked this book because, it made me look at life differently. It made me think abut how life could be taken in an instant, so you live it to the fullest. I would recommend this book to people who like romance novels and motivational books. What would you do if you had to choose? May: Counting by 7s By: Holly Goldberg Sloan This is a realistic fiction book. It is about a girl named Willow Chance. She is kind of a genius, and then something big happens that changes her life forever. It is about loss, survival, connection, and kindness. It is about Willow's journey after the big change happens. I kind of liked this book because, it was different then the book I usually read. I really liked the beginning and the ending, the middle not so much. I would recommend this book to people who was read something they would not usually read. September: Wings Of Fire: The Dark Secret by: Tui T. Sutherland, was a great book. It is a mystery and fantasy fiction book. I enjoyed this book very much and would read it again and again. I liked it because, it was action packed, interesting, and mysterious. But, the only way you will understand this book is if you read the the first, second, and third one. I would recommend this book series to a person who likes to read about a mystery and heroines. November: The Maze Runner By: James Dashner. It is a fiction, action, adventure, and mystery book. I love this book because, the books main character is mostly confused during the book, so you are confused. When the main character figures something out it feels like you also figured it out. I would recommend this book to someone who likes adventure and to someone who has not seen the movie. Plus, if you are going to read the book don't listen to people who say it it boring, it isn't! January Wings of Fire: Moon Rising: Tui T. Sutherland is one of my favorite book from this series. It is a mystery, fantasy fiction book. I loved this book because, it is a little different then the other ones in the series. This book has different main characters than the other books. It is hard to explain a book right in the middle of the series. All I can say is that if read the series, this book will be your favorite. I would recommend this book o people who love dragons and fantasy creatures. Also, to people who have a really big imagination. September EC: Wings of Fire: The Brightest Night by: Tui T. Sutherland, was a great book. It is a mystery and fantasy fiction book. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I was reading it. I liked it because, it was full of suspense. I would recommend

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Transcript: Bookshelf Boxes Click to edit text By: Luis Perez and Alexandra Vera About About Who Who Class: 4B Luis Perez Alexandra Vera Our Project Project Research Research Frank Gehry Frank Gehry Cardboard furniture increased in popularity when artist Frank Gehry first introduced his design and line of cardboard furniture “Easy Edges” which he created with corrugated cardboard, hidden screws and fibreboard. Bookshelf Boxes Our Project Our design: 1ft by 1ft boxes stacked in a stair case formation, It has more of a geometric structure. "Easy Edges" / "Bookshelf Boxes" Comparison Comparison Although ours is a simple design, we decided to take Frank Gehry's concept of using one line or one shape through out the one piece of furniture. Marketing Why should you buy it ? Here's a quick demo and ways in which everyone can use it ! Use it every day Bookshelf Boxes Price $$: 25.99 Are you a pre-school teacher ? If so you can use this bookshelf as cubbies for your students Do you need to organize your shoes ? It can hold up to 9 pairs of shoes Need to organize school supplies ? Need to file papers ? Or even just need it for books ? There is endless possibilities to where you can use this Use it outside in your garden to pot your plants and once your ready to put them in soil the cardboard is biodegradable ! If our design is boring you can flip it making it look completely different, you can even buy multiple and stack them ! Contact us Contact Us Luisito5636perez@gmail.com Veraalexandra218@gmail.com luis.25o1 alexandra.vera_ So in conclusion......... We learned that it is very difficult to bring an idea to real life and that there are changes that will be required when completing your final Product which is why it is important to communicate with youR team.

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Transcript: October reading book The book "When You Reach Me" is a Realistic fiction/mystery by Rebecca Stead. I enjoyed this book because I feel like I am Miranda when I read this book. Miranda is an 11 year old girl who's mom is training to be on a reality T.V. show called the "$20,000 Pyramid". Miranda 's best friend is named Sal but it wont stay that way for long. Miranda finds a new best friend named Annemarie. Miranda, Annemarie and their new friend Collin apply for a job at Jimmy's but they wont stay there for long either. The "laughing man" on the side of the road is always yelling kicking and raising his fist to he sky. But he wont be doing that for long as well. I recommend the book to people who can't wait to find out what the mystery is. If you are a person like that then this is the book for you! December reading book The book Keeper is a realistic fiction book by Kathi Appelt. I liked this book because it felt like a real life situation but it felt fiction at the same time and fiction is my favorite genre. I would reccomend this book to kids 5th grade and older who like realistic fiction. November reading book The book Famous last words is a mystery book by Katie Alender. I loved this book because I like scary mystries and this is the perfect kind of book for me to read. This book is about a girl named Willa who's mom just married a rich movie maker. They move out to Hollywood and There is a rumor going around about the Hollywood killer. At her new school she does'nt have any friends until a girl named Marnie tells her to come over and sit with her. She warns her about this guy named Wyatt and to stay away from him. To find out the rest you will just have to read it!! I reccomend this book to people who love a little scare and mystery. Februrary reading book The book cloaked is a fractured fairytale by Alex Flinn. I liked this book because it is very interisting and fun to read. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes fractured fairytales. April Reading Book The book "The Summer That I Turned Pretty" is a nonfiction book by Jenny Han. I like this book because it tells about how Belly lives her summer vacation with all these boys, and It's just a really good book. I would recommend this book to girls who like girly books. March Reading Book The book " The Wednesday Wars" is a realilistic fiction book by Gary D. Schmidt. I liked this book because It applies to me. I would reccomend this book to kids who like a funny story. September reading book The book "The Land of Stories The wishing spell" Is a very interesting and exciting book about two children, a boy and a girl who fall into a book "The Land Of Stories" and they end up in a fairy tale world. A frog takes them into his house and he gives them a journal to follow to get back home. They go through adventures to get back to their house where their grandma and their mother are waiting for them to return. The author is Chris Colfer known as Kurt Hummel from Glee. The book genre is fantasy/realalistic fiction. I liked the book because I grew up reading fairy tales so this was an interesting and exciting book to read so I enjoyed it. I reccomend this book to everyone! It does'nt matter what age you are!!! I'm sure you would enjoy it!! May reading book The book "Its Not Summer Without You" by Jenny Han, is a nonfiction book that Is about Belly and her drama with the boys, part 2. I liked this book, because it is a sequel to the last book that I read, " The Summer That I Turned Pretty". I recommend this book to girls that read the first book of the series. January reading book The book "Closed for the Season" is a very good mystery book by Mary Downing Hahn. I enjoyed this book because it was a mystery and I like mysteries. I would reccomend this book to anyone who is willing to be involved in a mystery book!

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Transcript: Sweet Little Lies is the second book of the L.A. Candy trilogy and it was released in 2010. This particular book is about the scandalous side of Hollywood, the friendships between the girls, and the lies told in between. In the last book of the L.A. Candy trilogy, Sugar and Spice. The girls learn who their true friends are and love begins to play a larger role in the characters lives. By the end, Jane makes a great discovery that ends the series off well. Sugar & Spice This isn't really a novel but more of a helpful advice book that Lauren wrote to give out tips on things such as skin care and hair. You also get to know the author of the book through this experience because there are many of her personal preferences and critiques included. The Fame Game is the first book in Lauren's second trilogy and my personal favorite. In this novel, the star is no longer Jane, but her costar from L.A. Candy, Madison Parker. In this novel Madison gets her own reality TV show along with 3 other girls and they all learn how coming up in Hollywood works. There are many secrets and scandals in this novel as well which is what makes it by far the best (in my opinion) This is a book much like beauty by Lauren that gives tips on style. Things such as clothing, make-up, and appropriate clothing for different occassions are discussed in this book. Lauren Conrad was the start of MTV's The Hills. She launched her career as a fashion dsigner in Spring 2008 with the debut of the Lauren Conrad collection. Lauren has been featured on the covers of Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone, Seventeen, and Entertainment Weekly. She is currently living in Los Angeles and has a new book that will be released this June, Beauty L.A. Candy is Lauren's first novel which was released in 2009, by HarperTeen. This is the first book of a trilogy and the story line follows the life of the main character, Jane Roberts, a young woman who moves to Los Angeles and is subsequently cast in a reality television series. The story follows the life of Jane and three other girls as they film their reality tv show. The Fame Game Sweet Little Lies If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all -Oscar Wilde In the second book of The Fame Game trilogy, the main character Madison has gotten into trouble with the law, tensions heat up between the other cast members, and love begins to play a larger role in their lives. I personally didn't enjoy this book as much as The Fame Game but I still think it was great. Foundation L.A. Candy Lauren Conrad This is Lauren's book that is actually set to release in June. So of course I haven't read it yet, but it's on my summer reading list (I'd advise you guys to read it you) Style Starstruck Infamous

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Transcript: 1873-Born in Bridegewater, Massachusetts 1894-Earned a bachelors from Smith College Career- writing short stories and biographies for magazines like Scribner's, and Harper's Magazine Married Ridgeley Terrence in 1914, but kept her own name. -Disturbing dreams and visions, inexplicable events Supernatural Superstition Mystery Death and Fear are common themes. Francis Burt Wilder “Equal Yet Diverse” (1870) Verisimilitude Window The Unknown Logical to a Fault Does not recognize his wife "Shown" rather than "Told" Character Dominant Complex Characters Explore Morality Psychological Realism • “Middle-class women either shared an 'inherent susceptibility to the supernatural,' or they engaged the ghost story form to earn a living” • Socially acceptable Women Writers in the Late Nineteenth Century Cult of Domesticity Spiritualism/ Expansion of Unconscious thought Theresa http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/amlit/realism.htm The Realist Novel Teresa harbors a secret from Allen Resembles Chopin's "Her Letters" Also Harry Potter, in the case of Tom Riddle's Diary Symbols "Theirs is the fullest joy that the dwellers in the shell of sense can know. Mine is the transcendent joy of the unseen spaces." Why? Realism in Literature Freedom Allan She supported African American and Women's rights. Represents Freedom or lack therof Superstition: Windows to be left open for the dead to travel to eternity Charlette Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" The Gothic Novel Francis and Her Naming Determined to reconcile her sisters spirit Committed to her sister even after death “In short, the male is best fitted to shine in public, the female in private; the male abroad, the female at home.” Transcendence Dunbar challenged this idea What is a Gothic Narrative? Before 1830: 1/3 of US published fiction authors were women 1850: nearly 1/2 of popular literature was written by women 1872: women wrote almost 3/4 of all published novels Feminism Bookshelf Ferns Clock Black Envelopes Windows Stars "Submission is the most feminine" -Welter Characters in Realism -Gothic protagonist typically unable to rationalize fear or perversity. -Females characterized as lonely, pensive, and oppressed. 1860 Gothic and Realist Influences in The Shell of Sense Horace Walpole "Castle of Otranto" The Unknown Symbolism Repressed Emotions/ Psychological insights Ghosts Piety Purity Submissiveness Domesticity Teresa's Envelopes - The definition of self in "Shell of Sense" allows both parties to move on, deal with reality About the Author Homodiogetic Narrator Haunted by Emotion Capable of reason, but does not conquer her emotion until the end

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