Apple Island Or The Truth About Teachers

I completed a book called, "Apple Island or the truth about teachers." The Author of the book is Douglas Evans. This book made me feel like it is any ordinary book because, what I usually see is that there is a hero in a book. It is pretty plain to me. This book is like me, I was a hero. Because my brother did something bad, I was the witness. I saw every move, I told Mom, she was shocked. Mom said that I was a hero. It helped me make predictions and wonder what was going to happen next. This book is pretty much lower than a "Just Right" book for me. It is a bit simple for me.

Bradley who is the main character had changed because, from the beginning Bradley hate Mrs. Gross (aka) Ms. Eraser. Who is doing this thing called, "Operation "Misteach" They were teaching he students wrong teachings. She sent the students to Apple Island and she made them eat crabby apples which makes them crabby. Of course Bradley got out of line before that all had started. He met people in Apple Island that had ended up here.
Almost in the end of the story Chalk Mountain blew up because Bradley made it happen. Then all the teachers were not as crabby anymore.
Miss Eraser (aka) Mrs. Gross was really crabby before sh was mean. But when Bradley blew up Chalk Mountain she became less crabbier than before.

The problem was solved that Bradley figured out how too save everybody and that was blowing up chalk mountain. What I should change the book is that it shouldn't always use the same names every time, he could use different words. What I think the message of this story is that teachers always aren't as crabby than you think.

Under the Rug

One cloudy day, Mr. Dude was reading his book, lying on his bed feeling comfortable. Then he heard a loud creak. "This can't be happening" thought Mr. Dude he got off his bed and glanced at it carefully. There was a gigantic bump under his rug. He wonder what is under that rug. This wasn't the first time that happened. Now he remembered, two weeks! It passed and now it happened again. He hated it loathed it. He didn't like it when this happened. Maybe he should move. Maybe that would be a good idea. He wasn't paying attention to the moving bump, it knocked him over and he landed on his bed. The little creature made a loud bark. Mr. Dude was unconscious for a moment. He got up and grabbed his smallest chair. He looked for the right spot to hit. This wasn't easy for him. This always happened. He decided to forget about it and then ask his neighbor if he has any bumps under his rug.

The next day, Mr. Dude went up to his neighbor and asked if he had any bumps under his rug, and his reply was a no.
Mr. Dude went back and sighed.

2 weeks later
There was something under the rug, again.
Mr. Dude saw it. He went to sleep, he was irritated. The little creature came out and went under his covers. He stared at Mr. Dude he licked him. Mr. Dude woke up, in a sudden. He finally knew what was the bump. Was a little brown puppy. He kept it as a pet.

The Struggle For Equal Rights

"The Struggle For Equal Rights" it's a article about unfairness, this article was made by Jim Carnes. The unfairness was held from the 1950s to the 70s. People wanted to chandge the unfair law, but that wasn't too easy. The thing that is unfair is that African Americans can't sit in certain places and can't go to the same school as the whites. Later in 1971, two Montgomery Lawyers helped to make the rights equal. In 32 years operation a center has continued to promote equality and through legal work, researches, and education.

My Brother Stevie Summary Febuary 1st, 2010

My Brother Stevie Summary
Alex Pang
I read a book, called My Brother Stevie. The author for this book is Eleanor Clymer. The characters are Stevie, Annie, Grandma, and Miss Stover. This book made me feel sad because at the end of the story, Miss Stover wrote a letter to Annie and it said that her Foster Mother had passed away. The book also made me happy, because it is funny too see that there are trouble coming up on different times and Stevie was happy to see Miss Stover. I have a connection that I have a dog and Miss Stover has a dog too and his name is Skipper, he is playful like my dog. This connection helped me on learning about reading, because it helps me to have more connections too make. This book is a bit easy, but it still a "O.K" book for me to read.

Annie had changed a lot in the story because, in the beginning, Annie sometimes follow Stevie on what he's doing, and in the end she is much more nicer, politer, and much more independent. Stevie, he was always silly, and joking around in the beginning, but then during the end, he is not obnoxious, he stays quiet and he is not nosy as usual. What made them change was Miss Stover, because she tries to do whats best for two of them.

Miss Stover helped Stevie to be more politer and Annie and teach them what they do that is best, and I felt happy for them, and they should be happy about that too. What should change about the book, is too put more details because iit seems like that there are enough information on one topic, I would do it because that would give the reader more information. The authors message can bee about whats good for you and how you should do it, and push aside whats wrong and dot the right thing.