Assignment 3

  • No David No

    No David No
    Similar to Amelia Bedelia, No David No is a classic and is the book that got me to start reading fluently. It's an easy read for many, and can be used for examples of behavior as well.
  • Harry Potter Series

    Harry Potter Series
    Harry Potter was the series that was my first "mature read" per say. It was the first book I remember was a challenge for me, and I ended up reading the whole series in 5th grade.
  • Amelia Bedelia

    Amelia Bedelia
    These books were such an elementary school classic when I was a little kid for AR reading. It was so silly and entertaining to me and one of the first series I remember reading
  • Nat GEO Kids books

    Nat GEO Kids books
    These books kept me interested in animals and grew my passion for them. They were simple, entertaining, and would use them for book report projects on animals. They taught me how to look and cite for evidence.
  • The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

    The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
    In middle school, this was THE book that changed my life. My teacher was the one who suggested it, and boy was I in for a treat. It was the first book to ever make me cry, and helped me do a lot of reflecting. I will never forget the first time I read it and continue to re-read it.
  • Daisy Jones and the Six

    Daisy Jones and the Six
    This book was a recommendation from a friend who I had English and my program classes with. She let me borrow it and it had me HOOKED. Everyday I would give her updates about how excited I was to keep reading. It's always fun to read things together with frieinds.
  • Reading for Research

    Reading for Research
    A lot of these books have been for entertainment and getting to experience different emotion, but I struggled reading textbooks for the first time. High school was the first time I had to seriously research things and get assigned textbooks to study. It was a hard transition from leisure reading to reading for research.
  • Reading to Ground Myself

    Reading to Ground Myself
    During this year of 2022, it was the year I found new ways to ground myself and find peace. Going to the park and being alone to relax with a good book was really good for my mental health. It taught me to enjoy literature again, and not just use it for school.
  • Reading to Teach Others

    Reading to Teach Others
    During my senior year of high school, this was my first time reading to teach other students/ peers. At my internship, I would have to assist students understand material. I would break it down for them to be able to solve things on their own. It's also what I aspire to keep doing which is teach others.
  • Reading for Faith

    Reading for Faith
    As of recent, my history with reading for religious purposes hasn't happened since I was around 8 years old. I've been slowly turning back into reading here and there in regards to faith, and it's peaceful knowing there's lots of stories and hope stored in them.