The Grand Finale of the Blogs – The end of the Navarrian Blog Era

When i first came into Mr. Macknight’s class of elite english speakers, my reading wasn’t that good. I didn’t know a lot of words back then, so i sometimes couldn’t understand the books i read. My writing wasn’t in the best level too, so i didn’t get used to writing in the blogs immediatelly. [...]

The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole - Personal response of a book that i, nicolas navarro, read and suggest people read it once in a while!

Title: The growing pains of Adrian Mole

Pages: 274

Author: Sue Townsend

The growing pains of Adrian mole is the next book of Adrian mole’s life. This time, he turns 15 and 16. But his life isn’t as good as he thought it would be. His father cheated on Adrian’s mom and gave birth [...]

Names and Faces Personal Response by Nicolas Navarro 9R - Personal Response of a lonely librarian written by her Personal Slave (it's true) :P

I loved to work with tina and hannah in this “Names and Faces” project. Ours was about Ms. Grace, the Chinese lady that works in the library (and who speaks english). Hannah thought of doing it about her because she thought everyone else would do about guards and ayis, so she chose to do [...]

The secret diary of Adrian Mole (a guy) aged 13 3/4 - an independant reading blog by nicolas navarro (first blog by me ever since january!)

title: The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole 13 3/4

author: Sue Townsend

Page number: 259 (plus taxes)

“The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4″ is a fictional personal (no so personal now that i read it) diary about this 13 3/4 year old boy (obviously) whose life is @#$%ED up. His parents [...]

criticizing love poetry (for fun and grades)

I think all those poems are very well written, in a mysterious way so you can get the fun to understand what the words mean, but when you know what they mean, the poems all look the same. it’s all copied. It’s always the same “Come on, come on baby! There isn’t much time [...]

The anger of shylock is my anger! :P – Nicolas Florian Navarro 9R

After I have performed Shakespeare’s “The Merchants of Venice”, Shylock’s speech, I understood that he said all his words angrily and that what he says means sufferance and pain. In his speech, he also menions that Jews are the same as Christians in every way. He discribes it to tell Solarino and Salary that [...]

Personal Response on ‘The Merchant of Venice’

I think the story was great, and so was the movie. If the book’s story almost the same as the movie’s story, then I won’t be bored at all. What I liked the most about the movie was how Portia and the Nameless-Maid ran the trial. But i didn’t like how Shylock was punished. [...]

Anne Frank I.R.

Anne Frank-Anne Frank, Diary of a (somewhat) young girl-283 pages

Anne Frank was born in Germany and lived most of her life in Holland. After Nazi activity intensified her and her family and some family friends were forced to hide in an annexe for more than an year. At her 13th birthday, she got [...]

Lord of the Flies – the criticism

Lord of the Flies is a somewhat weird book to me. It is good and bad at the same time, boring and fascinating, hard and easy to understand. It really is one weird book. Overall, it is quite good and imaginative but some parts (47%) really weren’t amusing.They were pure nonsense…

Some parts I [...]


author: erin hunter

pages: 307

This book is one other of the warriors series, not TWILIGHT! If you think i will read it, well then you don’t know me, lol.

Warriors twilight is about how the cats :3 are in more trouble, as always. There is more violence. There are badgers who want to [...]

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