Belonging

Orphan Train  by Christina Baker Kline The whole family moved from Ireland to New York – Fire and Niamh orphaned – on the train met with Dutchy and another baby – being adopted to sew,changed name to Dorothy, being kicked out because of economic depression – adopted by rural family to look after kids, met attempt  violation […]

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These Balloons

Paper Towns  by John Green Quentin “Q”  looked for Margo Roth Spiegelman following clues. A film adaptation was released in 2015. The novel is written in three parts. Each individual part is named for a specific metaphor : “The Strings”, “The Grass”, and “The Vessel”. These kids, they’re like tied-down helium balloons …Before the balloon even […]

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Little Cuties

Tickle My Ears  by Jorg Muhle Tap on the shoulder,change into pajamas, fluff the pillow, say Hoppity Hop, tickle ears, gently stroke the back, goodnight kiss. Sleep tight, little rabbit . Poor Louie by Tony Fucile, a happy surprise for Louie after the failed running away   No Matter What  by  Debi Gliori Spork by Kyo Maclear. in front […]

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Biterness

Jessica  by Bryce Courtenay Jessica  nickname Tea Leaf Joe her father Hester the mother and Mag the elder sister who reckon Jack as the perfect rich husband Jack who dies at war Just another STUPID-AND-HELPLESS, but it’s twisted with the big background of histories of Aboriginal tribes in Australia. All in all IT’s a sad story, […]

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