Thursday, May 3, 2018

april/may blog

Carter Noonan

                                                                                                                                            What book did you read?  Who was your favorite character or who could you relate to the most?  Why? What aspects of this character’s personality did you identify with?  Give 2-3 adjectives that represent this character and also represent
you or someone you know?
I read the book boy in the striped pajamas.
My favorite character was smuel because I could relate him to my books the most  because he is soft spoken because he is in a bad situation he is beaten and tired  and calm just like many of the heroes in the books I enjoy reading.
This character is calm this
character is like the eye of the storm able to stay calm even when faced with danger.                
                                   This character relates to my mom because my mom deals with having a whole family and still staying calm even while dealing with work a family and other troubles.

This character relates to my brother he deals with many things such as school and is able to stay calm but still  get the things he needs to get done done the most drastic changes for the German Jewish community came with World War II in Europe. In the early war years, the newly transformed Reich Association of Jews in Germany (Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland), led by prominent Jewish theologian Leo Baeck but subject to the demands of Nazi German authorities, worked to organize further Jewish emigration, to support Jewish schools and self-help organizations, and to help the German Jewish community contend with an ever-growing mass of discriminatory legislation. This shows what smuel had to go through but still stayed calm

Thursday, March 1, 2018

beat the band


the tenth-grade health class must work in pairs on semester-long projects. Matt and Sean get partnered up (the jerks), but Coop is matched with the infamous “Hot Dog” Helen for a presentation on safe sex. Everybody’s laughing, except for Coop, who’s convinced that the only way to escape this social death sentence is to win “The Battle of the Bands
I enjoyed this book because it showed a realistic and strong friendship.
I also enjoyed this book because it gave realistic details to the characters.