My Favourite Story Book Essays and Term Papers

  • Book Analysis on Undercover

    Book Analysis on Undercover By Beth Kephart In Partial Fulfilment In English 102 Study and Thinking Skills Submitted to: Sir Mon Cholo A. Cabanig Submitted by: Hime Chu I. Introduction Undercover, a novel written by Beth Kephart. Like a modern-day...

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  • «Matilda» by Roahl Dahl

    ideas and my opinions about reading. First: If you ask If I read, I must tell you I do. I read a lot. I usually read two books per month when it’s school time. When I’m on holidays, I read more, maybe three to four books per month. When I’m not doing anything in particular, I grab a book and I...

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  • trying

    v=Xzf9PwzTwhY&list=PL6F29D4B4BFF4AED0&index=28 A book I have read I spend half of my life reading books. The book I read last was The Hunger Games. (Gary Ross, Suzanne Collinns)…It’s a sci-fi story. It really helps to learn to use your imagination. The whole book is action-packed and gripping which keeps...

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  • Books And Reading

    BOOKS AND READING Topical Vocabulary 1. Categorisation: Children’s and adult’s books; travel books and biography; romantic and historical novels; thrillers; detective stories; science fiction/fantasy;...

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  • My Hobby

    My Favourite Hobby My favourite hobby is reading. I enjoy reading a book when I am free. I started to do it when I was four years old. I was happy when I read a story with a happy ending. I was thrilled when I read a detective story. I enjoy reading because I like to explore the imaginative world...

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  • Books

    Books are, no doubt, our best friend. They are food for thought. They console us in our sorrow and make us forget the worries of life. Of all the books I have read, I like the Gita most. It is a holy book of the Hindus, but is universally acclaimed. It teaches us the importance of 'Karma'. It is a true...

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  • My Reading Experience

    My name is XXX and I will be an ESLE student this semester. Reading is one of my favourite things to do. I am glad I have this wonderful skill. Reading has been one of my favourite hobbies ever since I was little. Now I’m going to share my own experiences of reading. When I was still a small child...

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  • Twilight Book Report

    Book Report Book Report By Monica Dobslaw The book I decided to read for my book report was; Twilight. 1. Who is the author? What information do you know about the author? The author of this novel is named Stephenie Meyer. She is the author of the whole twilight series and two other books...

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  • No Paper

    for Writing a Book & Narrative Story Ideas How do you find creative writing ideas? It's not difficult if you know where to look; free story plot ideas are all around you. Here are some great sources of story writing ideas: Creative Writing Ideas from Newspapers, Magazines and Books Newspapers...

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  • Cp English Narrative on Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe

    horror. I like a lot of horror, no matter the author. My two favourite authors of horror stories though, if I had to choose would be, Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe. They both have extremely “creative” minds... One of my favourite books so far by King, is actually the one I’m reading now...

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  • My Favourite Book

    My Favourite Book It's hard to imagine our lives without books. We learn a lot of interesting things when we read books. Books are our great friend, teachers and advisers. They teach us how to take the next step when we are in a difficult situation. They help to shape our life. It is impossible to become...

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  • Dt Wok

    younger my favourite toy was my Moon stars teddy. It was my favourite because it glowed in the dark and so I felt safe with it. I used to talk to it and tell it that everything will be ok, so in a way moon stars helped me with my speech. My little sister has many toys but her favourite is the ‘My First...

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  • My Favourite Book

    Some read books to idle away their time. Some read books to widen their knowledge, while many others read books to enjoy its content. I belong to this category. I enjoy reading good books particularly novels, short stories, plays, etc. The world famous literary works of great authors such as, Charles...

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  • Jeremy Kassissieh

    it’s an amazing story that will raise your expectations. Puffin books presents to you, The Fifth Quest. This fantastic book has to definitely be one of my favourites. I really enjoyed how this fantastic writer Debra Oswald, tried to express her extraordinary ideas. Before I read this book, I never really...

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  • Rivers

    ago, I read a book named 'Journey to the river sea' by Eva Ibbotson . I have to say that it is one of the best books that I have ever read. I would say that the genre of this book would be adventure, because it is action packed and quite amusing to read, with happy and sad moments. The story is about an...

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  • Wandering Girl

    Published by Magabala Books Aboriginal Cooperation, 1998. 157 pages. The story Wandering Girl is about an Aboriginal girl named Glenyse who was put into a Wandering Mission. At the age of sixteen, she was to leave and work for a wealthy white family without choice; but by the end of the book, she finally escapes...

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  • Book

    My favourite book is "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway. This story is one of the well-known works of the writer. The author depicts the characters of the old man and the boy and their relations very vividly and skillfully. Santiago, the old man, was one of the writer's beloved characters...

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  • Slaughterboy

    for food. As the story progresses, the common factor as he progresses, no matter how much food Conrad eats he is never satisfied. He gains first the nickname Hunger boy and later on Conrad Belly guts. My favourite character in the story is Krenk who is introduced the last part of the book and takes Conrad...

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  • Book Review: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

    BOOK REVIEW: HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN BY J.K ROWLING Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, written by J.K Rowling is the third book in the phenomenal Harry Potter series. The genre of this book is fantasy which involves magic, spells and Hogwarts, School of Witchcraft and Wizardry...

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  • WROAW

    I have read this book called Misery, written by Stephen king. Its a psychological horror book. Its was nominated for the best fantasy novel in the late 80s. Its about a writer name Paul Sheldon he’s the author of best selling novels featuring misery. it all starts when he gets rescued from a car wreck...

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