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Wonderstruck and Wanderlust

I got into the car today after school to find a huge blue brick of a book sitting on my seat. Running my hands over the soft cover, I read the title, picked out in brilliant silver letters:  543 more words

Inner Thoughts

Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick

With a somehow similar yet completely different style exhibited in Selznick’s big hit The Invention of Hugo Cabret, the author comes out with a story about two different characters in different eras. 299 more words



Yes, here’s some more Taylor Swift.
I blame it on spring.
And the fact that I was enchanted.
And wonderstruck.
Please don’t have somebody waiting on you.

A x


I thought Wonderstruck was wonderful. I liked the whimsicality of it and the constant extreme luck-Ben’s luck was either amazing (running a boy who needed a friend just as much as he did and could help him stay hidden, safe, and reasonably comfortable in New York was pretty good luck) or awful (losing his hearing in a freak accident while mourning his mother was pretty bad luck). 348 more words


One of my favorite authors for young readers is Brian Selznick. He is the author and illustrator of the book that inspired the 2011 movie, … 405 more words


Drive Your Man Crazy

By Rex Geronimo

That cutie on your mind is driving you crazy and you’re just dying to know the many ways to impress him. The possibilities are unlimited but it all comes down to how he remembers you. 215 more words

Beauty & Body

Book Review: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

Unlike other teenagers coming of age in America, Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar was not required reading at my high school. Until very recently, I knew very little about Plath. 399 more words