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Hi :)Have you read After Eli and what did you think?F :)
My youngest is in year 7! Where do you teach? (Or is it a secret?????) F :)
Hi :)I came across your shelf because you have Hitler's Angel on your shelf and I've just finished it. Are you a teacher by the way?I'm a Mum (also living in Chch) and I have 2 boys aged 12 and 16.I'm keen to follow your shelf. Hope we can chat from time to time :)Fiona :)
Nearly finished Checkmate by Malorie Blackman... It's so epic! Every sentence ends with a cliffhanger! How's the new Room 8, by the way? As awesome as us? No, didn't think so :)
Hey Mrs Nelis-smith, are you and your family O.K?
Is the new classroom you're teaching in still called room 8? :)
Oh my goodness I have found a book you will LOVE! It's called Virals, and it's written by Kathy Reichs (for teenagers, of course). You absolutely must read it!
Oh, I read about Matched in a magazine! It looks cool. Have you seen the new Harry Potter movie yet? It's actually quite good (for a movie based on a book, that is).
Ahahaha I do try to fool people, though
Hi Ms NS! I just finished The Two Towers (slow going, I know!) and I am now reading Noughts and Crosses. The story hasn't really drawn me in yet, but I'll let you know when it does. P.S I found this excellent book at thr library called Ruby Red (written by Linzi Glass) and I'd really like an adult's opinion of it... It's kind of a girly book but it's set in olden-days Soth Africa (19-seventy-something) so it's really interesting. Happy reading!
I finished Boys Don't Cry last night... Again, another fantastic piece of writing from Malorie Blackman.
I finished Mice yesterday, it was really gripping. The first word that came to mind was 'Intense'. Definitely a great read though
Awsome ulranet thing! thank you a lot for the ODT thing!
Would you read the class Lord of the Rings? I want to read it but there are so many other books I want to read first!
Ha! That's an even funnier picture!
Is Noughts and Crosses worth reading?
Yes, I agree. It leaves you thinking "wow, what an incredible ending!" Usually that type of ending annoys mew no end, but I think that Patrick Ness used it really well and it suited the book.