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The Legend of Red Fern

[spoiler alert!] “I know it is still there, hiding its secret beneath those long, red leaves, but it wouldn’t be hidden from me for part of my life is buried there, too.  Yes, I know it is still there, for … Continue reading

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A Dream Adventure of a Boy

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It was in the setting of Ozark Mountains on Cherokee land in the northeastern Oklahoma in a novel called Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls.  Billy, a 10-year-old “hillbilly” who lives in the countryside and blessed with coonhound puppy … Continue reading

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Good Always Defeats Evil

[spoiler alert!] How would you feel if you were involved in a contest of good and evil?  This splendid book is called The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by author C. S. Lewis.  The author weaves various themes throughout … Continue reading

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Good vs Evil

For this month’s blog post, I choose to create an infographic which I wanted to do a long time ago.  I really enjoy doing this infographic because of the remarkable book: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (The Chronicles … Continue reading

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The Terrific Boy

[spoiler alert!] “A lush tale of magic, betrayal and Revolution…teen readers will eat up.” —- Kirkus Reviews.  This splendid book is called The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner.  Its incredible adventure will change an ordinary peasant boy called Yann Margoza. … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Voices from the French Revolution

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French Revolution — Liberty Equality Fraternity

Why French Revolution is Important? First, because of the fact that France participating in its revolution gave the rest of the world hope to fight for their freedom and equality.  Second, King Louis XVI, the French monarch bankrupted the French … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Voices from the Russian Revolution

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