Animal Farm: More Than Just a Bunch of Livestock

            Picture this: a group of daring individuals overthrow a ruler in the name of equality, and then immediately start to make themselves unequal. Sound like several familiar chapters in history? Probably. But it is also the basic gist of Animal Farm by George Orwell.             Animal Farm is an allegorical novel set on a... Continue Reading →

A Brave, Not Perfect Book Review

When I watched Reshma Saujani’s interview on Fox Business's The Maria Bartiromo Show about her book, Brave, Not Perfect, I felt inspired by what she was saying about this movement against sexism. So I decided to buy the book. Imagine my surprise when I realized I already owned one of her books, Girls Who Code,... 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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