itibaren 2841 MJ Moordrecht, Hollanda
yazarın öyküyle ilgisi olmayan hikayeler anlatma eğilimi ile birleşmiş çok sayıda karakter, bana karakterleri bilmiyordum ya da hikayelerini önemsemiyormuşum gibi hissettirdi. gerçekten sevdiğim bazı anlar oldu, '' Tanrı'ya inanmıyor musunuz?! '..' 'Bir tanrıya inanma ihtiyacına inanıyorum' 'ama aynı zamanda kitabı odanın her tarafına atmak istediğim zamanlar, özellikle yazar benden boş bir sayfada kendi hikayemi anlatmamı istedi.
** spoiler alert ** I read the Darkness Chosen series and loved it. I did not like this book. Other reviewers thought that their confusion when reading this book was because they hadn't read the previous series. I don't think that is the problem. There is very little in this book that ties with Darkness Chosen. There is a character that is the son of characters in the Darkness series but very little else ties in. The confusion for me seemed to be that the author threw me in to the middle of a story. I don't know what happened before, so I can't properly understand what is happening now. That might be part of the reason that I didn't like the main character, Jacqueline. She acted like a brat, and I don't understand why she hated her "love interest" so much. Even when Jacqueline replayed the events that led up to their break-up, I couldn't understand why she physically tried to kill him when they met up again a couple years later. When she forgives him later, it happened so fast that it seemed unreal. I almost stopped reading the book because of Jacqueline. I got through it, but I'm not sure that I want to continue the series. A friend told me that some of the books are good.
I only liked the first half, and couldn't read the second.
Loved this book for babies and toddlers because the illustrations are big and bold and displaying beautiful brush strokes with the natural colors of African animals who are hot, hot, hot and little baby elephant comes up with the best idea for getting cool, cool, cool.
Wilhelm encourages teachers to have students respond to literature in dramatic and artistic ways. He believes that this experiential learning gives students a sense of ownership, empowerment, and critical thinking skills. Whole chapter devoted to reader response questions to ask students.