Hello world! This is another stellar day of blogging. Today I am going to reveal my test results from the Pottermore quiz[es]. They were TONS of fun, and I highly encourage you to go check it out for yourself! Enjoy. MY HOGWARTS HOUSE Its OK. Just OK. I always thought I would be in Ravenclaw, … Continue reading My Pottermore Profile
Title: The Wishing Spell (The Land of Stories, 1) Author: Chris Colfer Publisher: Little Brown & Scholastic AR: 5.0 Lexile: 720 Age: 3rd-5th grade Ever since, twins Alex and Connor Bailey's father died, their lives have been miserable. Their mother is working double-time, well into the night just … Continue reading Book Review #33: The Wishing Spell
It's 1935, and 12 year old Moose and his family just moved to Alcatraz Island, home to many criminals, including Al Capone. Moose doesn't actually get to meet the cons, but he does meet Piper, the warden's daughter, who comes up with so many schemes she might as well be a criminal!
Everyone in Remarkable is Remarkable. Everyone except Jane, that is. While the rest of the town is being talented, Jane's been nothing but ordinary. But when Jane finds herself in a new school with the mischevious Grimlet twins and befriends a Pirate Captain.
Spending time with Family and Friends Books Chocolate Covered Bananas Blogging Slippers Sunshine Italian Food Dance Parties Christmas Carols Improv Acting The Sound of Sizzling Bacon Being Spontaneous New notebooks Unicorns Sushi Karaoke Movies The Chicken Dance Impressions Kittens Pumpkin Pie … Continue reading 100 Things That Make Me Happy
Title: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Book 2 out of 7 in the Harry Potter Series) Author: J.K. Rowling Rating: 🍩 (45/50) Recommended for: Grades 4th-6th AR: 6.7 Lexile: 940 Harry Potter is thrilled to begin year two at Hogwarts, and see his two best friends, Ron Weasley … Continue reading Book Review #30: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Book 2)
Title: A Monster Calls Author: Patrick Ness Rating: 🍩 (44/50) Recommended for: Grades 5th-7th AR: 4.8 Lexile: 730 The monster showed up after midnight. As they do. But it isn’t the monster Conor’s been expecting. He’s been expecting the one from his nightmare, the one he’s had nearly every night since … Continue reading Book Review #29: A Monster Calls 🍩