My Literacy History Timeline

Timeline created by dailynnb
  • Good Night Pillow Fight

    Good Night Pillow Fight
    This is the first book that I remember getting read to me by my parents when I was 3 years old. It was my favorite book when I was kid.
  • Rainbow Fish

    Rainbow Fish
    This was one of the first books I remember getting read to me in preschool by my teacher when I was about 4. I remember liking it because of the illustrations.
  • Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus

    Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus
    This was the next book that got read to me in my second year of preschool by my teacher when I was 5. I liked this book and all of the pigeon books, I thought they were funny.
  • The Letter People

    The Letter People
    These were the books I read all throughout kindergarten when I was 6. These were the first books that I started reading on my own to my teacher.
  • If You Give A Mouse A Cookie

    If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
    This was the first book I read on my own in kindergarten that didn't have to be read to the teacher when I was 6. This used to be one of my very favorites.
  • Biscuit Book Series

    Biscuit Book Series
    This series of book was what I basically read all throughout first grade when I was 7. I'm pretty sure I liked these books so much that I owned them all.
  • The Pigeon Finds A Hot Dog

    The Pigeon Finds A Hot Dog
    When I was in third grade, I was 9 years old, I remember being read the pigeon books in preschool. So in third grade I basically read all the other books, but this one was my favorite because it introduced the duck.
  • Where The Sidewalk Ends

    Where The Sidewalk Ends
    I read this book in fifth grade when I was 11 years old. This was the first book that I read where it was poetry.
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book Series

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book Series
    In sixth grade when I was 12 I read this book series like every other middle schooler. These were the first books I remember not liking that much.
  • Dork Diaries Series

    Dork Diaries Series
    I read these books in seventh grade when I was 13. I liked these books way better than the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. This was the first book series I liked in middle school.
  • The Outsiders

    The Outsiders
    In eighth grade when I was 14 we read this book for English class. I absolutely loved this book and it is still one of my favorites to this day.
  • Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and Juliet
    In ninth grade when I was 15 we had to read this book as part of English class. I didn't find this book all that interesting and I don't think I would read it again.
  • Of Mice and Men

    Of Mice and Men
    I read this book during my sophomore year for my English class when I was 16. It was interesting to me at first but by the end I didn't like it.
  • The Crucible

    The Crucible
    In my junior year of high school when I was 17 we had to read this play for class. I didn't like it at all I thought it was very boring.
  • To Kill a Mockingbird

    To Kill a Mockingbird
    During my junior year in English class we also read this book. Now I actually liked this book, I found it interesting to read.
  • Lord of the Flies

    Lord of the Flies
    During my senior year in English class, I was 18 years old, we read about half of this book. The half that we read I did not like at all, I kinda thought the book was dumb.
  • 1984

    1984
    During my senior year after break we read this book. We read the first part, got a summary of the middle, and read the ending part. I liked this book because it opened my eyes into how the government could develop and turn out like that in the future.
  • All We Have Left

    All We Have Left
    I read this book during my senior year just to read it. I read this book around 9/11, the time that this book is set in, and I absolutely loved it. It is still one of my favorites.
  • The Sun Is Also A Star

    The Sun Is Also A Star
    I also read this book during my senior year just to read it. I really liked this book a lot. It is still one of my favorites.
  • Macbeth

    Macbeth
    This was the last book, well play, I remember reading during my senior year for my English class. I liked it at first, but by the end I didn't like it all that much.