"Care for a spit of Family Tree, my dear?" asked grandma.
"I'd love to!" responded the girl.
And you probably would.
Family Tree is a very spectacular series, and I enjoyed it very much. You might think that I'm a little bit crazy because I'm going goo-goo over a book series, but if you like realistic fiction, I think that you'd actually agree with me. This series spotlights on four girls, all in their own generations. All of the girls and coming to be women are related. Abby, the girl in the first book, becomes Dana's mother in the second book. In the third book, Francie, Dana's daughter, grows up and has Georgia, who's life is centered in the fourth book.
In this inspiring series, the girls face hardships and learn what it is like to lose people close to their hearts.
These girls all started with Abigail Cora Nichols.
Without her, (remember that this is realistic fiction,) this series wouldn't be the way it is.
Thank you for reading, and thank you to Ann M. Martin for writing this wonderful series.
See y'all peeps later! :)
Monday, December 2, 2013
THE CODE BUSTERS CLUB - Tell how the mystery in your book was solved. You must write at least six sentences to describe the solution. You must use examples from your mystery book to help explain the mystery.
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Wednesday, September 25, 2013
A Regular Update
An Olivia Update
On my last post I was in my awesome teacher's Mrs. Maubach's class. Now I'm in fourth grade! I'm so excited! I have a computer, I know awesome! Wait, I need a minute. Hem, hem, hem, hem. (Quoted from Professer Umbridge from Harry Potter)
Anyway, fourth grade is going great! I got my best friend, great teacher! Yeah, I love fourth grade. (3rd was better)
Posted by oliviaspapa at 8:13 PM