My life with the Walter boys is a very interesting book about a 16 year old girl named Jackie who’s parents recently died in a car accident, with no one to live with she stays with her distant aunt across the country along with her 11 sons.
Apparently she was a very beautiful woman which drew many of the Boys towards her.
She sees that she has to protect her heart because many of the Boys were notorious heart breakers.
But who does she end up falling for?
She ends up with LEE!
Having a flirtatious 10 year old with snark remarks.
He even enters a kissing booth she was participating in. (He wasn’t able to)
Also a 15 year old musician that’s going through a tough time in his life by having a group of boys repeatedly beat him up almost killing him once just because he’s gay.
This book will keep you at your toes from the first or second chapter to the end.
It has the drama, a wonderful live story, and comedy.
This is a book I would recommend to the ages 12-16.
Personally some of my favorite parts is when she chooses one of the brothers.
The charming Lee.
Also there weren’t many parts that I disliked the book was well written.
Overall My Life With The Walter Boys is a very good book that I would recommend to anyone who is itching for something to read.
Hello Samendie I’m you but at 23 years old.I just would like to give you some advice get the apartment deal at oxford and don’t be mean to john he will be your best friend. Follow your dreams become a house flipper or whatever. Just know that you will be successful and you will have a great relationship with your parents as long as you tell them the truth about your college choice. Oxford University is lovely we are graduating this year. So good luck and just do you.
This book is remarkable where a woman named Colette is going to Paris and sees a woman in a powdered wig who looked like Marie Antoinette she tells her friends but they just wont believe her. As she is in Paris many murders are happening . Overall this book is amazing i would recommend it in age group 12-16. Many people have suspicions but she believes it is Marie Antoinette i thought it was Marie Antoinette also but i wont spoil the book go ahead and read it yourself
The view from the cherry tree is a very interesting story about a young boy who always sits atop his cherry tree from his home when he witnesses a murder of his rude and mean neighbor Mrs Calloway who has hurt Robs cat several times. While this is going on Robs sister is getting married so when he tells people this no one believes him. This makes rob feels invisible while he is a suspect of this crime he is also trying to figure out the question who killed Mrs Calloway.
This book provides a sense of adventure to the readers and the detail is amazing. The book ends with an interesting plot twist. No spoilers here! if you would like to know what happened read it for yourself. Just know that you will discover amazing secrets about Mrs. Calloway and that she isn’t just an old mean woman but is going through a secret life. As this story unfolds you will go through the feelings of all the characters and go through the interesting journey.
As Rob is trying to find out who or what killed Mrs Calloway and while trying to find that out a series of events all having to almost killing Rob is he the ?
Write a paragraph explaining the challenges that Julia and her family faced in the summer of 1960. Use at least two vocabulary words.
Julia and her family faced many challenges because they were under a dictatorship. The dictator only letting people go sometimes. Another thing is the fact that when they finally got the chance to escape the dictator wanted to play his cat and mouse game. The dictators cat and mouse game is when he pretends he is letting someone go but them brings them into an interrogation room where not everyone who went in came out. Also another challenge that Julia faced was the plane took so long to get to the airport and even when they finally got on the secret police got on the plane to check everyone’s faces. These were only some of the challenges that Julia and her family faced