Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Blog Post 8

It is 1st person, I know this because the character uses I, my, me, etc. They story makes me feel like nothing really. It just shows me that other people have harder lives than others. Like the teenager in my book is a male and he is 16 and already is living alone in a 💩y a apartment. First theses people that he barley knew where taking care of him but they got tired of his 🐂💩 so they let him go. How the author feels about what they are writing ? I honestly don't know and can't tell about how the feel personally. Like I said before his opinion is to be greatful for what you have cause others don't even have that.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Blog post 7

I can relate to this book The Kid Who Became President. He was playing around by being president and he actually was president. And I tried being goalie for soccer and turned out I was good and now I'm goalie.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Blog Post 4

"We're neckin' !" I chose this dialogue because it funny. In my book the little boy see him and this girl kissing and he knows what they're doing. He still asks "What are you two doing?". That was her reply, it really doesn't make sense to me but if that what African people say as in "kissing" not being racist or anything. I just thought it was funny and odd.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Blog Post 3

 Can a kid really become a president of the United States ?
Is the girl he chooses to be the First Lady a gold digger ?
How much do you get paid for being president every year ?
Why are there so many rooms in the White House ? 🏚
How did the family live before the little bo became president?