Right is a four-letter word

When I was two years old, I had a pretty good idea of the difference between right and wrong. Actually, looking back, I probably had a better idea of it then than I do now; as we get older, I’m discovering we are expected to blur the lines between right and wrong to suit ourselves... Continue Reading →

A book review of Out of my Mind

Out of my Mind by Sharon M. Draper is about the life of Melody, the story’s ten-year-old protagonist who has cerebral palsy, which makes her unable to walk or talk. However, she has a photographic memory and, despite being teased by the popular girls and being called “retarded,” she is extremely smart. In the exposition... Continue Reading →

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