Reading Different Novel

          For this round, we are really focusing on learning/reading about a different kind of novel. Our facilitator decided to divide us into four different teams and each has was assigned to read a different book and try to finish it in a month. The books were Wonder by R. J. Palacio, Looking for Alaska by John Green, Monster by Walter Dean Myers, and The Outsider by S. E. Hinton. My friend, Rayuth and I were assigned to read the Monster book. It is a really interesting book to read because it was so different from other books that I have read because this book is written in a screenplay and it is really easy and convenient to read. This story talks about a 16 years old boy, Steve Harmon (the main character in the story) who was accused that he involved in a crime in the drugstore and was sent to the courtroom for a trial. First, it is really difficult for me to understand what is the author trying to tell us, but then I decided to reread it and then I finally get what the author really means. I also learn a lot of new vocabularies from this book, too. Here is the cover of the book in case you want to see it.  For this round, we are really focusing on learning/reading about a different kind of novel. Our facilitator decided to divide us into four different teams and each has was assigned to read a different book and try to finish it in a month. The books were Wonder by R. J. Palacio, Looking for Alaska by John Green, Monster by Walter Dean Myers, and The Outsider by S. E. Hinton. My friend, Rayuth and I were assigned to read the Monster book. It is a really interesting book to read because it was so different from other books that I have read because this book is written in a screenplay and it is really easy and convenient to read. This story talks about a 16 years old boy, Steve Harmon (the main character in the story) who was accused that he involved in a crime in the drugstore and was sent to the courtroom for a trial. First, it is really difficult for me to understand what is the author trying to tell us, but then I decided to reread it and then I finally get what the author really means. I also learn a lot of new vocabularies from this book, too. Here is the cover of the book in case you want to see it. 

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