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    Well this is interesting... but it doesn't look very appealing! :)
    Almost 3 years ago
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    sushigirl1liked a comment in Goodbye Stranger.
    Bridge survives after a dangerous car accident, who's wondering why she's still alive. Meanwhile, her best friend Tabitha and Emily, seems to have some other issues on internet and having "boy" friends. Also, everything seems different for Sherm Russo this year, when he gets to know Bridge, he wonders: what does it means to fall for a girl, "as a friend"? Seventh grade is a really complicated and hard time for teenagers. It's when people will want to have their own rights, and their own love. These issues and conflicts that happen in this book also happen in real world. Such as secretly taking "not so inappropriate" photos, and send it to your boy friend. However, never trust anyone when you haven't known them really well. After I finish this book, I realise how scary the internet is, it can send any information to everyone in a second. But all of these issues start from your own decision.
    Almost 3 years ago
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    sushigirl1 has joined a book club.
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    Though they have been around since the late 1990’s, emoji use has escalated sharply with the proliferation of smartphones. A survey conducted by digital start-up Swyft Media rev...
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    sushigirl1 added a book review.
    This was a pretty good book. However, I wasn't expecting it to be a comic book when I ordered it online! :)
    Over 3 years ago
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    My social studies teacher mentioned this in class. I think it's a good decision because Harriet Tubman help over 300 slaves escape, while Andrew Jackson was driving out Indians from the U.S.
    Over 3 years ago
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    sushigirl1liked a comment in The BOOK THIEF.
    I read this book a while ago, and loved it.. The Book Thief is one of those books that just sweeps you off your feet and you forget about the world that you're in and it's problems for a few seconds. This book takes place during the Holocaust (WWII) with the main character being Leisel, also known as the book thief. She is sent to live with an older couple who are harboring a Jew in their basement to attempt to save his life. She becomes friends with a boy her age named Rudy, who is a rambunctious yet kind person who Leisel might have fallen in love with if a barrier hadn't crashed in the way. Something comes to Leisel's new life and destroys it, something that everyone had anticipated yet no one had actually believed was going to happen. This skillfully spun tale took me into a place I have visited only with the best books. I would recommend this to people who have read titles such as Number the Stars and Fever 1793. I think that everyone should give this book a chance, even if you haven't ever enjoyed reading historical fiction books.
    Over 3 years ago
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    sushigirl1liked a comment in The BOOK THIEF.
    The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is a book narrated by a very special character, Death. Death narrates the story of Liesel Meminger, the story begins from when Liesel is nine years old and suffering from the death of her brother and separation from her mother. She went to go live with Hans and Rosa Hubermann, when she arrived, she couldn’t read or write so she is made fun of at school. Hans taught her how to read during midnight lessons in the basement. The story tells about Liesel’s life and them keeping a Jew in their basement to protect him from the Nazi’s. This book is really touching and it made me cry. This book is about the power of words and languages, and Markus Zusak wrote it in a way that just fits this.
    Over 3 years ago
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    sushigirl1liked a comment in Celebrate Earth Day With These Stunning Images Of Our Beautiful Planet.
    i dont really care about this. because i see it destroyed every day, and i know one day all this will be destroyed too. its sad, but its true, too. we say were gonna fix it but we never do. theres still shark finning. deforestation. it is very likely that earth will die, and we will live in space colonies. not mars, because we will do the same thing to it. we will either one: overpopulate the earth. two: extinct too many animals, destroying the balanced food chain (we will run ourselves out of food) or three: we'll cut down too many trees, and we wont have oxygenated air to breathe. for is that we'll pollute the skies too much, and well run out of clean air to breath. btw plants (including trees) take in carbon and release oxygen.
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