Do you still remember the first story you have ever read? The first book that I thought I own was the old, dusty, rotting dictionary that was once a gift for my older sister. My first story was the one I was so envy about … Henny Penny. I still didn’t have the reading skill back…… Continue reading HENNY PENNY / CHICKEN LICKEN
Well, it’s the vacation season so I have to find amazing books to read before the start of the class. Guess what? I have discovered an amazing hardbound book! AAAAHHH! The story is about a group of ghost hunters composed of kids that are on a mission to find the Dominion Glass… I’m not finished…… Continue reading Ghosts of Rockville: Search for the Dominion Glass
I was really happy for having a book as amazing as this! It made me think of the possibilities that the people in the story might have experienced. Stephen King had really put elements of horror in this masterpiece. It’s a story about several people, who were abducted by a deputy named Collie Entragian in a…… Continue reading Stephen King’s “Desperation”
I really thought that I would not be interested in Shakespeare’s works as they might not be my type. That had come to an end when a playwright gave me a book as a gift for being a part in the playwrights’ workshop. I gave it a try to read some of the scenes in…… Continue reading William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”
Washington Irving is such a master when it comes to writing. This book really got me to turn the page and read everything in silence. I could really say he is eloquent when it comes to the essays and stories that were compiled in one softbound book. I learned a lot of things in this material…… Continue reading Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories”
So, I just finished reading this book, and man, it was amazing that I couldn’t even have time to remove my eyes from the pages.