Tuesday, 17 March 2015
Walking and walking, she would not know where to go all She knew was home was gone.
It had been days since the tornado had passed through taking lives and reeking havoc. But
all she knew was it was just the start of something big, much bigger that would be the end of everything, It would flatten everything like a tank.
Posted by Anonymous at 14:16
Thursday, 12 March 2015
Thursday, 7 August 2014
Diary of a wimpy kid Hard-Luck by Jeff Kinney Is a fictional story written as a dairy of a boy called Greg as he starts at middle school; it is a book in a series. Characters in the story are Rowley, Greg and Abigail.
Greg is looking for a new friend as his best friend Rowley has a girlfriend and has no time for him. He tries to make Rowley jealous by finding a new friend so he can get Rowley back.
He leaves the lunch table, as he cannot stand Rowley and his girlfriend and ends up down the hallway.
It is a good easy read with humorous dialogue and some great drawings to illustrate points in the story.
The story is written to teach us that girls may come and go but bros are forever. Greg and Rowley learn that their friendship is more important than anything, especially girls.
Diary of a wimpy kid hard-luck is a great book to read even though it is part of a series it is a stand-alone story and you do not have to read any of the other books for it to make sense. I recommend this book to anyone because it does not matter what book out of the series you start from because this one is a lot different.
Posted by Lorraine Frances-Rees at 02:11
Thursday, 26 June 2014
In 1941, Pearl Harbour, the radar spotted a wave of Japanese fighter Planes. The Americas thought it was their own but it wasn’t. It was a military strike, it led to the Americas entering World War 2.
When the waves of Japanese fighter planes came in to Pearl Harbour in 1941 they started to take down the Battleships. In the end eight out of eight U.S battleships were damaged and one was the Arizona.The Arizona was hit by an armoured piercing bomb so that’s your standard bomb; the bomb put a hole in the Arizona. And it sunk to the bottom of the Pearl Harbour. Today the Arizona is where it was in 1941 - at the bottom of Pearl Harbour!
Posted by Lorraine Frances-Rees at 03:07