Mr. G Language Arts 2013-14 discussion

Best Book Ever Written?

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message 1: by Anthony (new)

Anthony Cho  (AnthonyCSFS) | 4 comments What is your favorite book?

message 2: by Noel (new)

Noel (noellsfs) | 5 comments That is the hardest question to answer in life

message 3: by Michael (new)

Michael K (MichaelKSFS) | 2 comments The boy in the striped pajamas

message 4: by Calvin (new)

Calvin (CalvinLSFS) | 4 comments True Legend by Mike Lupica

message 5: by Karina (new)

Karina P (KarinaPSFS) | 2 comments A Walk to Remember

message 6: by Andrew (new)

Andrew C (AndrewCSFS) | 4 comments Tuesdays with Morrie

message 7: by Nathan (new)

Nathan Shin (NateSSFS) | 5 comments Tom Clancy's State of Siege

message 8: by LaurenY (new)

LaurenY (LaurenYSFS) | 2 comments Divergent by Veronica Roth

message 9: by Lauren (new)

Lauren  (LaurenLL) | 3 comments The Fault in Our Starts by John Green

message 10: by Jade (new)

Jade (Jade_T) | 2 comments The Fault in our Stars by John Green

message 11: by Chloe (new)

Chloe | 1 comments The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick or The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas

message 12: by Kenneth (new)

Kenneth | 3 comments The Transall Saga by Gary Paulsen

message 13: by Sunhoo (new)

Sunhoo P (SunhooPSFS) | 3 comments Animal Farm by George Orwell

message 14: by David (new)

David | 3 comments Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

message 15: by YasmeenB (new)

YasmeenB | 1 comments And then there were none By Agatha Christie

message 16: by Jules (new)

Jules L | 5 comments Andrew wrote: "Tuesdays with Morrie"
Yeah that book was really good

message 17: by Mr , Mr. G (new)

Mr  Gibault | 11 comments Mod
I'm glad you all have books that you consider to be the best of all time, however, I'd like to see you back up your claims. Make the claim that your choice is the best and then use evidence/examples to back yourself up. Do your best to convince your fellow classmates that you're right.

message 18: by Jules (new)

Jules L | 5 comments Karina wrote: "A Walk to Remember"

The movie was great too

message 19: by Janice (new)

Janice H (JaniceHSFS) | 4 comments I have 2 books I really like
The Five People You Meet in Heaven: A very deep, philosophical book about the purpose of life and how every event and person are connected to one another.
The Book of Lost Things: Simple yet very well written, dreamlike, creepy and eerie writing style that conjures up many emotions and disturbing feelings. You can be angry one moment, and horrified in the next.

message 20: by Becca (new)

Becca f (BeccaFSFS) | 2 comments The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is an amazing book because it isn't the same romantic story plot and it shows how a struggling teen with cancer falls in love and how her attitude changes. This book really plays with your emotions and makes you fall in love with the characters.

message 21: by Anthony (new)

Anthony Cho  (AnthonyCSFS) | 4 comments Captain Underpants

message 22: by Kenneth (new)

Kenneth | 3 comments The Transall Saga By: Gary Paulsen

message 23: by Mr , Mr. G (new)

Mr  Gibault | 11 comments Mod
"The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoevsky

message 24: by Edward (new)

Edward K (EdwardKSFS) | 3 comments Calvin & Hobbes

message 25: by AlexL (new)

AlexL | 1 comments Fahrenheit 451

message 26: by Erina S (new)

Erina S (erinas) | 4 comments The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

message 27: by Kaila (new)

Kaila L | 3 comments The Horse Whisperer by Nicholas Evans
Paint the Wind by Pam Munoz Ryan

message 28: by Ramesh (last edited Nov 17, 2013 05:18PM) (new)

Ramesh (RameshRSFS) | 4 comments "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien, "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" by Brian Selznick, and "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas

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