Book Report: The Series of Unfortunate Events, The Austere Academy

The Baudelaire children are back and sorry in advanced if I skipped a book. So the story starts of by the Baudelaire children are now sent to a boarding school called Prufrock Preparatory School. They meet two friends called Isadora and Duncan Quagmire and are actually triplets but their brother died but they have to deal with two annoying and mean people which are the principle and one of the students called Carmelita Spats. Since the Baudelaire children don’t have letters from their parents saying that the have a permission to live in the dormitories they have to go and live in the orphan shack which is filled with fungus and crabs. the next day when they have school they have a reading teacher and a math teacher except for sunny because she is to small that she has to work as the principle’s secretary but then they realize who their P.E coach is and its Count Olaf disguised as Coach Genghis. Now they must prove he is count Olaf but some things get in their way when count Olaf always make them do S.O.A.R (Special Orphan Running Exercises) at night which makes them tired and they start failing their classes so the principles makes them take a test and tells sunny to make staples and if they can’t do it they will be expelled and will have to go with count Olaf . So their friends help with the S.O.A.R problem and they have the whole night to do that and in the morning they take their test pass and sunny succeeds with her staples but count Olaf found out that their friends helped with the S.O.R.E  so now they are expelled and Mr. Poe came and everyone found out that Coach Genghis was count Olaf but of course he escapes and this time he took the Quagmire siblings.

Now let me tell you what I like about the book, I like how the book is good for children and its very interesting. What I don’t like about the book is the character Count Olaf. Finally I would recommend the book to other people because the book is very interesting  and the book has a little bit of mystery in it.                                                                                    I would give this book 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐   Cost$: 12.99    Publisher: harperCollins &                                                                                                                               Egmont group                                                                                                                               Author: Lemony Snicket


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Letter to Malala

Dear Malala, 

You are a true inspiration and hero you spoke out about children’s educational rights. What I thought what you did was amazing not only you spoke out even though there was terrorism and war going on in your country but you brought inspiration to all of the children around the world and that is what makes a true hero. Even after you were shot and disabled for months you still kept on fighting for your own rights and for the rights of others you are truly a significant young woman. Now you are running an educational program and helping kids with their education and everyone thanks you for your courage, strength, and admiration. All we can say is thank you for standing up especially for the education of women which most of them don’t have an education today. Thank you so much Malala!

                                            Your friend, Camila

Book Report:The series of unfortunate events, The Wide Window

Well you might already know about the Baudelaire children but if you don’t the Baudelaire children are three children and they lost their parents in a fire in their mansion. Now they have been in the care of two guardians already and this is their third one. Their new guardian is named Aunt Josephine and lets just say she is scared of everything, she also lives in lake lachrymose. And of course there is a wide window in Aunt Josephine’s house. Now one day when the Baudelaire children went to accompany Aunt Josephine to the market well guess who they run into well it is the evil count Olaf disguised as captain sham. Instantly Aunt Josephine thinks he is trust worthy and she falls in love with him. Then a few days later Captain Sham or Count Olaf stayed in the house of Aunt Josephine with the children.The next day when the children woke up aunt Josephine was not there and the wide window in the house was smashed and the children knew instantly that Count Olaf kidnapped her or threw her out the window but she left a letter that had a hidden message which was her location.The children went to go get her and then they ran into trouble but they finally made it to her location and again the dim-witted lady trusted Count Olaf that he would save her so she grabbed his hand and he let her go letting her die in the lake which were filled with hundreds of hungry leeches. Mr.Poe came and took them to their next guardian and Count Olaf escaped of course. Another adventure awaits.

What I liked about this book is the adventure during this book.      What I disliked about      this book is that Count Olaf is annoying and he doesn’t leave the poor children alone.

Publisher: HarperCollinspublisher   Stars:🎇🎇🎇🎇🎇    Author: Lemony Snicket    Cost:$12.99       I really recommend this book to classes and my friends because it is a very                    intresting book about adventure and mystery which intrigues a reader of all ages.

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Mini Memoir 

It was July and I was on vacation in Spain and my mom was in Miami. One day I recieved a call and it was my mom and she told me that there was space for a magnet school and I had to make an important decision. My decision was either to go to a magnet school or go to a school where all my friends were going. So I only had one day to decide and the next day I called my mom and I decided that i want to go to the magnet school .I knew it was going to be a good school for me and plus one of my friends were doing so I knew I wasn’t going to be alone. That was an important decision that I made in my life.

People shouldn’t own exotic animals – SoundCloud

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One night there was a 50-foot-long python and it escaped its tank and started lurking and went to its owner’s room and ate his owner alive. Now I have a question for you would you want this to, be you? Therefore, I think people shouldn’t own exotic pets. There are many reasons why people shouldn’t own exotic pets. The three main reasons in my opinion are, public safety, public health, and animal cruelty.

Public safety is important to a city, country, county, and more but when exotic animals are involved not everything always ends up pretty. Across the country people have been bitten by tigers, monkeys, and poisonous snakes and sometimes the person bitten can end up dead or have serious injuries. According, to CNN a Connecticut women got her hands and face ripped off after a chimpanzee attacked her in 2009 she had very harsh injuries and had to have surgery. According, to the University of Florida more than 7,000 snake bites are reported each year and some of them are caused because of pet ownership. Therefore, people shouldn’t own exotic animals.

Have you ever wondered to yourself that if animals carry diseases, viruses, or bacteria that can harm you well, yes they do. Public health is very important in this situation. Many exotic animals carry diseases like the monkey pox which can affect humans tremendously in a bad way. According, to 80 to 90 percent of all macaque monkeys are infected with a virus that is harmless to the monkey but harmful to 70 percent who contract it; monkeys shed the virus if a person who is bitten, scratched, sneezed or spit on while shedding is occurring then they might have contracted the virus which can lead to a deadly illness. Wild reptiles can carry this bacteria that if a human is in contact with the animal that has that bacteria it can possibly lead to death.

Not always owning exotic pets mean that it is harmful to the human but to the animal itself. Animal cruelty is happening around the world to exotic animals. According, to the article wild animals aren’t pets a man named Thompson was cited for animal cruelty because he had a whole collection of exotic animals showing it off to the public and releasing the animals one day before killing himself. Well sometimes the animals can’t adjust to their new home and sometimes they don’t get that special care so the animal ends up dying. People shouldn’t own exotic pets.

In conclusion, we shouldn’t keep wild animals as pets. Public safety, the animal may seem cute at times but deep down inside them they are still wild. Public health, wild animals spread germs everywhere and we can get infected which can lead to death. Animal cruelty, exotic animal need special attention and without you even knowing you can be hurting the animal without giving it attention and the animal may die. Reasons to not keep exotic animals in your home.

Book Report: The Series of Unfortunate Events, The Reptile Room

Hi, I am doing a book report on The Series of Unfortunate Events, The Reptile Room. In the second book of unfortunate events the Baudelaire orphans, they are sent to live with their uncle Monty who has a lab full of reptiles. The Uncle is a nice guy until Count Olaf their former guardian who wanted to steal the Baudelaire fortune is back. But before that, the uncle shows the children the incredibly deadly viper and how it is one of a kind. He also tells them stories about their parents and he also said that they will go to Peru to study more about reptiles. One day, the door rang and it was Olaf disguised as an assistant named Stephano. The children tried to tell their Uncle Monty that Stephano is Count Olaf and he feels the same way too. So they plan to leave early in the morning to Peru until the next day their guardian was found dead. The Baudelaires are telling Mr. Poe that Stephano is count Olaf. Then Dr. Lucafont, came to investigate the scene, but to the children, he  looked like one of Olaf’s men. Then Mr. Poe finally saw that Stephano was Count Olaf in disguise, Olaf escaped again, trying to think of another plan to steal the Baudelaire fortune. Sadly, the reptiles had to leave. The children said good-bye to the reptiles and the incredibly deadly viper as they went away to their next guardian. What I like about the book is that it is mysterious and the book is good to read in the class. What I don’t like about the book is that Count Olaf keeps appearing and he is acting like a stalker which is annoying and creepy. I would recommend this book in my opinion the book is amazing and I suggest you also recommend it to your friends.

I would give this book 5 stars 🎇🎇🎇🎇🎇

Cost$: 12.99        Publishers: Harper Collins & Egmont Group            Author: Lemony Snicket


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Water poem


scattering everywhere

danger for all

no one is safe

stay indoors!

Look up !

something is coming a hurricane

strong winds

trees falling

floods in many ways

After that everything is destroyed

houses are destroyed

values are lost and lives