Monthly Archives: June 2018
No matter where you are in life…do something brave and spontaneous and equally rewarding to progress the mind’s need for change.
Choices are hard…choose carefully…think first…weigh the outcomes. Thanks Edith Wharton for the reminder.
Love…true love…is content. All the rest is the ride you take together. Edith Wharton quotes come alive!
Love does that…And I love it! Even after 19 years together, my love. Thank you Edith Wharton for affirming it!
...or the irony thereof….people show read the quote several times and really analyze if they follow it.
“Legend” book series rewarding, teachable novel for the classroom. Here is the culminating end for the unit. Thank you Marie Lu.
A book that offers a split narration point-of-view, theme, character analysis, terrific allusions to Robin Hood and others, and a fabulous who-done-it to solve that doesn’t give you answers till book 2 and encourages to continue reading. In addition, the characters offer terrific sarcasm and irony with endless figurative language of all kinds throughout the book for students to analyze. Give it a try.
Legend by Marie Lu
Pairs well with: Hurricane Katrina article stories of houses marked, Syrian civilians stories during present day war times, excepts of Prince and the Pauper, excerpts of Les Miserables (for which Marie Lu based some of the story)