have you read the warriors? it is a good series about cats surviving in the forest.
What ever happed to the mother in “A Child Called It?”
You guys should check out The Face on the Milk Carton. It’s about a girl who sees her face on a missing sign on the milk carton. She wonders, “I was kidnapped?” I really hope you guys can read this. It’s a fun book to read. And when your done, there’s the rest of the series to read.
I do not know about you but I like D.N.Angel. In D.N.Angel book 1 they tell you the names. their names are, Wiz,Dark,Satoshi,Risa and Riku Harada, Takeshi,and Daisuke.
Have any of you read Divergent? I really liked the book! I would recomend this book to people who don’t like to put a book down, and like books sort of like the Hunger Games!
Catching Fire is a heart racing book. You will never want to put it down! It is action, adventure, and romance book series. You should start on The Hunger Games than read Catching Fire. It end in a cliffhanger so you will want to read Mocking Jay. I have a big sister two and I know she would volunteer for me.
Have you read Hatchet,Brians Winter,The River,Brians Return, or The hunt they are all books in the hatchet series they are great.if you like action, adventure, and mystery this is the book for you. the book related to me when Brian felt alone like I do.
1st Place – “Dream Chaser” by Poet in Disguise
2nd Place – “Spring Rain” by Skye
3rd Place – “Spring” by Book Maniac
Congratulations to all the talented poets! Please stop by the library ASAP for your very own photo shoot!
To celebrate National Poetry Month, we are asking Horizon students to submit their original poems to our “Horizon is Blogerrific” Blog by clicking on the title, “Annual Poetry Contest, 2013” for this posting.
Please put both your pen name or alias AND your first and last real name in the “Name” box , and your poem in the “Comments” box. (Your real name will be kept confidential on the blog, but If Ms. Berg doesn’t know who you really are, YOU CAN’T WIN.)
The deadline to submit poems is April 19th. We will then vote online from April 23rd – April 26th and the three winning poets will receive their very own posters.
TO VOTE: 1) Click on the title of your favorite poem; 2) In the “Comments” box, explain why you think that this poem should win – be specific!
The time is early spring,
I hear the thunder rolling in; I know a storm is coming.
I can almost sense the million tiny drops,
becoming too heavy for the clouds.
I run outside, umbrella free,
and let the raindrops fall on me.
I feel the peace, I feel the rhythm,
that only rain can bring.
I know I’m being soaked to the bone,
but the heavenly smell has filled my nose,
and I don’t even care.
The rain soothes me, calms me,
Frees me of my stress.
The spring rains have come, and I am at peace.