Summer Reading Update

Next time, I’ll try not to cut off the top of my head.

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2 responses to “Summer Reading Update

  1. Hey Ms. Gillespie, I filled out my Bingo card but I didn’t know that we had to write summaries. I’ll do that by the end of the week. I completed the bottom row! -Paula Murphy

  2. Here are my summaries for my Bingo books, hope you like them. This is the bottom row from left to right:

    Ender’s Game (Won a Nebula award and Hugo award):
    Ender, a young boy, gets chosen to lead a group of kids who are trained to kill aliens, through simulations. He ends up killing the real aliens instead of the simulation ones because he was tricked by the people in charge.

    Perks of Being a Wallflower:
    Charlie, a freshman who has only had one friend before, has never been popular. He becomes friends with Sam and Patrick, and that friendship changes everything — and saves his life.

    Divergent:
    In Beatrice’s world, you must choose one faction (Abnegation, Dauntless, Erudite, Amity or Candor) to live with for the rest of your life. But there’s a problem with that choice for her because she’s Divergent, which means that she can’t belong to any faction except two: Abnegation, which she already lives in, or Dauntless, which is the faction she ends up choosing.

    Vulture Verses: Poems For the Unloved
    The author writes about the least favorite kinds of animals we know, in poem form. She finds something to celebrate for each of them — including skunks and mosquitoes!

    City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments)
    Clary thought that she was just a regular teenager until she witnessed a demon murder at a club. When her mother goes missing, Clary joins up with Isabelle and Alec Lightwood and Jace Wayland to find her mother — and discover what she and her mother really are (Shadowhunters).

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