23kcorkran's Activity (7)

  • 23kcorkran
    23kcorkran's book review was featured in I Am Regina.
    The book I’m going to review is called, I Am Regina, by Sally M. Keehn. This book is a true story about Regina Leininger. She was taken as an Indian Captive during the French and Indian War. She and her sister Barbara get separated and taken into different tribes. She goes into a family with Quetit. Also known as Sarah. Throughout the book, Quetit calls Regina her Indian name Tskinnak. My favorite part is when Regina takes care of Quetit when she has smallpox. She boils fox bones for her and makes broth for her. My connection to this is when my sister is sick I always take care of her. I would recommend this book to people who like sad books and who are interested in historical fiction. I would also recommend this book to people with a high reading level because there are difficult words. I would also recommend not to read the back because it gives away a lot.
    Over 4 years ago
  • 23jseifert
    23jseifert added a book review.
    I Am Regina I Am Regina is one of my favorite books. It is written by Sally M. Keen. Don’t be threatened by the words “Historical Fiction” It is still a really good book. One normal day at Regina's house in the new world, her father, Barbara, John, Kristen, and Mother are eating dinner. Mother and John will leave tomorrow to go to the mill. Later that day, Indians come and capture Regina and Barbara. They also captured the neighbors, 10-year-old Marie and their 2-year-old Swedish visitor Sarah. My favorite part is when Barbara and Regina raced back home. It is my favorite because it connects to me and how I like to run. I recommend it to people 10 and up because it might frighten younger people. If you like strong emotion this is the book for you. Don’t read the book until Chapter 4, because it spoils the book. Josh
    Over 4 years ago
  • 23kcorkran
    23kcorkran added a book review.
    The book I’m going to review is called, I Am Regina, by Sally M. Keehn. This book is a true story about Regina Leininger. She was taken as an Indian Captive during the French and Indian War. She and her sister Barbara get separated and taken into different tribes. She goes into a family with Quetit. Also known as Sarah. Throughout the book, Quetit calls Regina her Indian name Tskinnak. My favorite part is when Regina takes care of Quetit when she has smallpox. She boils fox bones for her and makes broth for her. My connection to this is when my sister is sick I always take care of her. I would recommend this book to people who like sad books and who are interested in historical fiction. I would also recommend this book to people with a high reading level because there are difficult words. I would also recommend not to read the back because it gives away a lot.
    Over 4 years ago
  • 23kcorkran
    23kcorkranis now following 23lkishta.
    Over 4 years ago
  • 23kcorkran
    23kcorkranis now following 23clivengood.
    Over 4 years ago
  • 23kcorkran
    23kcorkranis now following 23jseifert.
    Over 4 years ago
  • 23kcorkran
    23kcorkran has read this book.
    By Sally M. Keehn
    Over 4 years ago

Badges (3)

First BookCreate an AvatarWrote First Book Review

Following (3)

23jseifert
23clivengood
23lkishta

Followers (5)

23dspann
23jseifert
23clivengood
23lkishta
cornilious

Most DOGO Points

RankNameScore
16617300618360 points
1661826hoffk60 points
1661926511260 points
166202503dance60 points
1662123tomere60 points
1662223kcorkran60 points
16624162991360 points
1662511ashten60 points
1662611560 points