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sisters
by raina telgemeier

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Rainas mom was pregnant she could wait to be a big sister. Also she didnt want stff to change around her familiy.

Holes By Louis Sachar
by Louis Sachar

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Holes Stanley Yelnats is a young teen boy who has problems at school when he constantly gets harassed at school by his former peers. Either Stanley Yelnats is being sentenced to 18 months sentenced of jail or to be sent to a camp where they train boys to the maximum. The option is simple and most likely easy to choose to get sent to a camp called green lake. He says his goodbyes to his parents and he promises that he would write them daily and make sure that he was staying safe. Stanley Yelnats is being sent to a reformary camp and yet he is being wrongfully accused for stealing some shoes that he never even touched without them ending up in his hands, he still blames his bad luck to his great great great greatfather that made his whole family cursed. Stanley is still wonderinf what this camp will be about and he cannot help but wonder what the camp would be like, as he is arriving he starts to see many holes in the the ground and that the air starts to get really humid and dense. He starts to feel very tense about the camp he wonders what those holes are for and how from above they must look like a thousand holes. He really thinks there playing mind tricks with him since the camp was called green lake and for what he saw there was nothing green about it. They finally arrive and a security guard whose have a gun clocked facing close to Stanley walks behind him all the way to the office where there assuming that the person is in charge is located. They arrive and meet with someone named Mr. Sir at this point Stanley was dying from the thirst and he at least he was glad that he was in a place where it was air-conditioned. Mr. Sir lays out the rules and basically tells him what he’s supposed to follow including that he must direct him at all times with Mr. Sir. Later on, Stanley finds out the hidden meaning behind the holes and that it has even worse that he imagined because those holes he saw are the holes the “troubled” kids dug and now since that Stanley is there it implies that he will be too digging them. A man comes to introduce himself as his camp counselor he introduces Stanley to his other campmates their names are X-Ray, Squid, Magnet, Armpit, Zigzag, and Zero, they don’t like using their real names and they already had given a nickname to Stanley which was Caveman. Stanley started digging and his first hole was pretty bad for him because of course he wasn’t used to it. 2. The setting affects the plot because it where Stanley is being recruited to and how he is being punished for apparently stealing some pair of shoes and that he got placed in his hands when walking down the street. It affects the plot because it’s where Stanley is going to have to do the hard work to build character especially when they’re digging holes. Stanley is going to have to build relationships with his fellow campmates and how he’s going to have to grow on his characters on the 18 months that hell be spending there. He’ll have to fight hardships of the camp which involves in the part that they have to wake up almost at 4:00am and immediately start digging holes. Stanley will also learn in the future that the place and location is important because he soon realizes why they are digging holes and why reporting every single thing they find to the warden. 3. Stanley is the main character and his motivations are simple as they are simply just to get out of the camp and just make the time he says he doesn’t feel like making friends and just wants to get it over with. Stanley obviously thinks that he’s being wrongly imprisoned and he just doesn’t think anybody believes him. X-Ray is also a camper at Green Lake Camp and he bosses everyone else around since he is like the leader of the campers and he likes Stanley since he basically also does whatever Stanley is told to do and since Stanley is also nice he does whatever is best for other people.

Smiles To Go
by Jerry Spinelli

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The main character is A boy named Will Tuppence joined by two other characters, Mi Sue, and Anthony Bontempo. In The book he goes to a star festival and somewhere during the end of the star festival when he is about to leave he sees Anthony and Mi Sue on top of a hill making out (Oooooh), and starts to get jealous. After the mess of the star festival is over he goes to a chess competition while his little sister, whom which he hates, stays home. During her staying home she goes to Dead Mans Hill out of jealousy of missing her ice cream and attempts to go down Dead Mans Hill and fails epicly and injures her self severely and has to go to the hospital. In doing so Will has to go to the hospital to check out what happened causing him to lose his game of chess right when he was about to win. Will ends up learning that his sister actually cares for him after the Dead Mans Hill incident is over.

the census and Americans people
by natashya wilson

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This book talks about a census and a census is about counting all the people in a population in the united states the us census bureau counts the entire population of america once every 10 years the census tells us more than just the number of people in the country it also tells us the number of men, the number of women, and the number of people in different minority groups in america . These numbers are called data .

Dork Diaries 2
by Rachel Renee Russell

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I LOVE THIS BOOK

Fins Are Forever
by Tera Lynn Childs

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A girl hues name i don't Know but she like to be up were people are she travels to different place were she doesn't know the people there she also is very nice to them she really good at things she doesn't know of and she is really pretty.

past world
by Ian Beck

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the eagle-eyed passanger was spying on them

Allowance Gap: Parents pay boys twice as much as girls, study finds
by Chicago Tribune

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The central idea is despite the efforts made to end gender stereotypes and rolls by many families, it seems society struggles in learning how to handle inequality.

Catching Jordan
by Miranda Kenneally

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I love that Jordan plays football because it shows can do whatever they want to do in life.

Introduction to the Holocaust
by Henriette Pollatscheck

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The Holocaust was the system, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. The Germans detested the Jews and other hatred groups because of their perceived racial inferiority. They were put in concentration camps, where the Nazi soldiers murdered and persecuted them. The Germans started the final solution to annihilate the Jewish people. The Nazi German authorities deported millions of Jews from Germany and sent them to the extermination camps, where they were murdered in specially developed gassing facilities. The German authorities not only targeted the Jews; they also targeted the Gypsies, the disabled, and some of the Slavic peoples (poles, Russians, and others).Other groups were persecuted among them such as Communists, Socialists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and homosexuals. The groups were targeted because of their racial inferiority. The final solution was a plan that the Nazi Germans tried to deliberate and systematic attempt to annihilate the entire Jewish population in Europe. The final solution was not successful for the Germans because they were stopped by the allies. The Nazis tried to make the final solution happen in the fall of 1941 and the fall of 1944. The image is most likely included to show how two out of the three children died from their family during the Holocaust. The Nazis developed many camps during the Holocaust. One camp was the Concentration camp. The purpose of the concentration camps was to detain real and imagined opponents. In the concentration camp they murdered and persecuted them and made them work. Another camp was the extermination camps. It was a killing center where they were murdered in specially developed gassing facilities. The author refers to it as so-called Euthanasia because the word Euthanasia means good health, which is referred to the inducement of a painless death for chronically or terminally ill individual who would otherwise suffer. When the author said “so-called” she means that the Nazi called it that way because they targeted for systematic killing, mentally and physically disabled patients living in institutional settings in Germany.

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