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That Summer By Sarah Dessen

That Summer The book “That Summer” by Sarah Dessen is a book about the relationship between two sisters, who have their struggles but come together in the end more as friends than as a family member. Haven is just another teenage girl that doesn’t agree with what her body looks like and tries her hardest to either be noticed by the guy she likes or hide in the crowd from the girls she wants to avoid. Haven is six feet tall her freshman year and lives in the shadow of her twenty-one year old sister...

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Bookreport Lock & Key by Sarah Dessen

|Lock and Key | |2. Author of the book |Sarah Dessen | |3. In one sentence say how you came to read |I had already read a book of Sarah Dessen and I liked her writing style so I wanted to read| |this book. |another book of her. ...

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Just Listen By Sarah Dessen: Book Report

“‘Make your new year the best one yet… ‘It’s time to go back to school” (Dessen 3). This book is all about having new experiences and loving what life has to offer you. The main character, Annabel Greene, has been through many different experiences, ranging from really good, to unfortunately, really bad. Annabel has two older sisters named Kristen and Whitney, who all share one thing in common. They all used to model. Obviously modeling is very competitive and comes along with lots of risks. Throughout...

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"Just Listen" by Sarah Dessen Essay Example

****this is more of a journal than a book report*** Response Journal #4: Just Listen By Sarah Dessen From Pages 296 to 371 I thought that this last quarter of the novel, Just Listen by Sarah Dessen, was a real disappointment, in my opinion. First of all, when Annabel and Owen parted ways for such along time, I was very disappointed. Then, on top of that, the ending was a cliché, because it was too corny and too much of a happy ending. Anyway, since I finished reading this novel, I have...

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Sarah Dessen Research Peper

love, abandon their loved ones. Author Sarah Dessen portrays many themes and subjects in her works, most of which include love, friendship, romance, and abandonment. One of Dessen’s works is Lock and Key, where Dessen’s story telling method fits the feel of the story, allowing it to move forward as Ruby lives day by day but still clings to her past. It’s a thought provoking and intelligent story about all kinds of relationships and love. Another novel by Dessen is Along for the Ride which is also about...

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Keeping the Moon by Sarah Dessen

Keeping the moon by Sarah Dessen, is a novel about a girl named Colie sparks who, at the beginning of the book, is an unconfident 15-year-old who looks upon herself as a loser. Since her mother, who is basically, fitness celebrity kiki sparks, is touring in Europe for the summer, Colie has to spend her summer in Colby, California, with her aunt Mira. In Colie’s past she was very overweight, and made fun of because of it. When coming to Colby, Colie makes new friends, and experiences things that help...

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Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen Book Analysis

Titile: Someone Like You Author: Sarah Dessen Date of Publication: 1998 Number Of Pages: 281 I checked out this book titled Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen. I chose this book because I read a different book by Sarah Dessen and well the last book was good and somewhat interesting. But I also chose this book because a friend of mine recommended it to me and because this author writes good girl teen fiction books. The author of this book is named Sarah Dessen and was born in Illinois on 1970...

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The Summer

Over the summer I learned a lot about myself. I was stressed then surprised and finally relieved. I discovered motivation in school and you could even say I “came of age”. Combine lots surprises plus the two months of freedom in the summer and anything can happen. Home stretch, that’s the phrase that came to my head mid-may last school year as I was just finishing up culminating’s and starting to make notes for the exams in June. At first just the thought of summer was so out of reach. The whole...

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In the poem, “The Summer Day”, by Mary Oliver, there are many examples poetic devices that are extremely effective and help to reinforce the thematic theme of the poem. A few that I found to be particularly effective are the examples of metaphors, repetition and irony. The most interesting poetic device found in the poem was the use of extended metaphor. It is evident in lines three to ten: Who made the grasshopper? This grasshopper, I mean – the one who flung herself out of the grass...

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Sarah James

Human Resource Management Assignment 2 Assignment Summary:- The assignment briefs about how Sarah James, a student doing her International Major at Palm Lakes University (PLU), spend the summer at the Mexican Business School – Instituto De Negocios Internacionales (INI), faced cross cultural issues during the stay n Mexico at her host family. In an email to Dr. Jiminez, the Director of International recruitment for the Mexican University, she expresses her opinion on...

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