Meaning Of Fiction

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FLIGHT OF THE SPARROW was very well researched and held my interest. At first I didn't realize FLIGHT OF THE SPARROW was based on an actual person. Once I found that out, the book became even more intriguing.

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Part of the Common Core ELA Standards requires students to be able to read informational text and determine meaning. We think this reading note can be really handy and useful!

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Your Picks: Top 100 Science-Fiction, Fantasy Books

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Based on the true story of a mother and daughter's walk from Washington state to New York City in 1896. I loved the way the author intertwined factual people and events with her fictionalized account of what happened to Clara Etsby following her famous walk. This was a fun - and somewhat educational - read.

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Darkness in Fiction: 7 Tips for Writing Dark Stories - how to write a dark story with meaning, not just a pointless black hole of death and despair

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I don't want them to smush their faces together, but a soft bittersweet kiss would have been perfect. most people are like "a kiss would have been WAYY too forced" but I'm like "...noo.??" ANYONE who was watching could see how much they ended up meaning to each other. both of them risked their lives and even sacrificed their own beliefs for the other countless times, not to mention their undeniable CHEMISTRYYYY. I just REALLY WISH THEY'D HAD MORE TIMEEE

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A Train In Winter: An Extraordinary Story Of Women, Friendship And Survival In World War Two

"A Train in Winter" is a biography of French women, many of them part of the Resistance Movement,who were sent to Nazi death camps during the German occupation of France during WWII. The desire to tell the world of the brutality endured there was, in large part, the reason that they fought to survive. By no means uplifting, but by all means enlightening and challenging. More poignant to me after recently visiting The National Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC.

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[Book Review] Saving Amelie

I'm a sucker for historical fiction, particularly well-written historical fiction. (History was one of my favourite subjects at school, and I may have a slight obsession - I mean fascination - with...

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