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Brian's Winter - Ms. Fretwell's Class

Discussion in 'Children and Young Adult Books' started by mchmathlab, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. mchmathlab

    mchmathlab New Member

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    The book was awsome dude but thanks for
    replying amd your so cool i like the part when
    he met that fine girl









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    jerrell

    The book was ok:D :D
     
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    I liked brunna's reply but tat it up baby









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    thaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnkkkkkkkkkkkkkk yyyyyyyyyyyyyyoooooooooooouuuuuuuuuuu
     
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    lil sam

    :eek: :D ;) :p :cool: :
     
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    Maybe the girls would enjoy Julie of the Wolves.



    I like Brian's Winter the most because I really enjoyed Hatchet, and Brian's Winter allows it to continue.

    A lot of students at my school go overseas to study. English education is crazy competitive in Korea, and people are nuts to get their children better at it, no matter the cost. I hope the visiting student had a good time, because I think it's really brave to live overseas as a young person.

    I say don't trust yourself because I never stop learning, and I don't think others should either. Everytime I think I have my final opinion on something, I think about it again because I don't trust myself. For example, eating meat. Meat is delicious, and quite healthy. But, it is cruel, and bad for the environment. Do I eat meat? Yes. Do I think about if I should or shouldn't, and sometimes not eat meat? Of course.
     

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