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message 1: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
This is where you pick up the book nearest (not somewhere far away) to you. Than you go to page 19 sentence 2. So like this:

Book: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
Line: I would boss the whole country inside of three months.


message 2: by Hannah (new)

Hannah Book: OYAN the Compass (my novel class textbooks)
Line: HEre are a few brif examples of historic context:


message 3: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: The Youngest Templar, Keeper of the Grail.
Line: I wished to finish my duties quickly, as I had promised to groom Sir Thomas' horse and did not wish to disappoint him.


message 4: by Hannah (new)

Hannah Book: For the Strength of Youth
Line (not counting the carry over from the previous page) If you encounter pornography, turn away from it immediatly


message 5: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: Ranger's Apprentice #7
Line: The schedule was a closely guarded secret, for obvious reasons.


message 6: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (love it!)

Book: King Arthur and his Knights
Line: And he stood before his father and said, "Sire, my brother Kay has sent me hitherward for to bid thee come straightway unto the pavilion where w have take up out in. ......"


message 7: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: The Two Princess of Bamarre.
Line: Then, before I awoke the next morning, a carriage took her away from Bamarre castle.


message 8: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: Tom Sawyer
Line: did it again;


message 9: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: The Hunger Games
Line: "Look how we take your children and sacrifice them and there's nothing you can do.


message 10: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: The Book of Mormon
Line: and the way is prepared for all men from the foundation of the world, if it so be that they repent and come unto him.


message 11: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
((i'm going to do another one, since no one else is.))

Book: The First Americans
Line: In America animals had grown big--bigger than any animals you have ever seen.


message 12: by [deleted user] (new)

book: reef life
Line: Tourist facilities in the favorite American scuba destinations generally designed for a choosy but frequently high-volume tourism, while cruises for
divers aboard specially outfitted boats offer the best chance to visit remote seabeds like those off-shore Belize.


message 13: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: Etiguette
Line: In an Elevator: The rules for entering and exiting and elevator are much the same--whoever's in front goes first.


message 14: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: Children's Encyclopia
Line: Most fossils are found in sedimentary rock.


message 15: by Lucky (new)

Lucky Bug | 1 comments Book: Crime and Punishment
Line: Well, then sir" (Mareladov suddenly gave a sort of start, raised his head and gazed intently at his listener), "well, on that very next day after all those dreams, that is to say, exactly five days ago, in the evening, by a cunning trick, like a thief in the night, I stole from Katerina Ivanovna the key of her box, took out what was left of my earning, how much it was I have forgotten, and now look at me, all of you!


message 16: by [deleted user] (new)

book:till the boys come home

line: Find somebody who's good at football, and they've got all they need to make it in the real world.


message 17: by Emily (new)

Emily | 83 comments Book: King Lear

Line: I want nothing more than what you've already offered. (That's the modern translation that my book has. In Shakespearian English, it's "I crave no more than hath your highness offered.")


message 18: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: The Presidents
Line: Settlers continued to pour into the West, driving back the Indians and destroying their way of life.


message 19: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Title: Fairest
LIne: Still I kept at it, and sometimes I thought, Almost.


message 20: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: Childrens' Millennium Atlas of the United States
Line: Spanning the entrance to San Francisco Bay, the massive but delicate-looking structure is a spectacular sight.


message 21: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: Peter Pan
Line: "Won't; won't," Michael cried naughtily.


message 22: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: Webster's Thesaurus
Line: automated, a. SYN.-automatic, computerized, electronic, mechanical, mechanized, motorized, programmed.


message 23: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: The Other Side of Heaven
Line: An hour went by, then two, then three, but still no Elders.


message 24: by [deleted user] (new)

Book: William Shakespeare: The complete works

Julia:(aside) 'Twere false if I should speak it, For I am sure she is not buried.


message 25: by Jessica (new)

Jessica | 160 comments Mod
Book: Swiss Family Robinson
Line: I hurried toward him with a hatchet in my hand.


message 26: by Lyndsey (new)

Lyndsey Book: Sorceress ((Fantasy book))
Line:Rebekah and Tobias had even come under Indian attack in the conflict known as King Philips's war.


message 27: by [deleted user] (last edited Sep 13, 2011 12:11PM) (new)

Book: logic for dummies
line:

never mind. You don't want to read this one, and I don't want to type it. NEXT!

book: Physics for future presidents (amazing book, btw)
line: Al-Queda used a weapon that released the energy of about 1.8 kilotons of TNT, substantially greater than the energy of the North-Korean nuclear weapon test of October 9, 2006.


I actually had my arm on the first book, but the only reason I even have it is for school, and I don't like it, so I chose the next closest one (also on my bed right beside me and for school) because it is five gajillion times better.


message 28: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: Harry Potter 6 Half-blood Prince
Line: An immense chimney, relic of a disused mill, reared up, shadowy and ominous.

Wow that is very discriptive. Doesn't really tell you what is going on. Oh well


message 29: by Cynthia Hale (new)

Cynthia Hale | 1 comments Book: Johnny Tremain
Line: "Johnny... it's Isannah. She's sick again."


message 30: by Clarissa (new)

Clarissa (lemai123) | 109 comments Book: The Book of Mormon
Line: For he is the same yesterday, to-day, and forever; and the way is prepared for all men from the foundation of the world, if it so be that they repent and come unto him.

The whole scripture! :)


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