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Week 11: Non-Fiction, End of the World or Read
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

December 21 2012 is probably not going to be the end world. That would mean that we would miss Christmas but never mind. It's not like the world is going to go BOOM! It would be nice if all of a sudden we were Eco Active but that's not going to happen over night. So, in other words no I don't like the end of the world therory. I mean it was also supposed to end in 2000 but we're still here.

The best end of the world book that I have read is A Hero for WondLa.

Earth is impacted by something and very few humans survive. One of the remaining, Cadmus Pryde tries to repopulize by growing people in tiny underground homes called sancutaries. Over time Cadmus changes and he sets off to destroy alien collinies that have settled on Earth. It's up to Eva 9, her sister Eight, Hailey Turner, Rovee, Nadeau and Huxley to stop him. Eva is a santuary born girl raised by a robot called Muthr. She is one of the very few humans to not fall under Cadmus's traps and have her brain rewired in New Attica. Eva was once eager to roam the streets of New Attica.


Week 9: Pin it to Win it, Join the Debate, Read
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

I'm going for Batman. He can fly. Plus his car is cool.

Summer Olympics

Week 8:
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

I am going for Team Hogwarts. I think that they would win in basketball. After all basketball is Quiditch minus the brooms. To make it fair definitley NO WANDS!

Multi-Million Books

Week 7: Cram it, Zombie Re-Write, Mash-Up Poem, Read
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

In one day I read alot od books...

Princess on the Brink

Shattered Peace

A Clan in Need

Heart of a Warrior

Cats of the Clans

Wicked Sweet


Frost Wolf


More Central Library Ideas

Week 6: New Central Library, 100th Word, Literary Mix Tape, Read
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

1. children and families

2. creativity and imagination

3. ideas exchange

4. empowering citzens

5. life skills

The most important thing that the library should foucus on is young children and families because I think that everyone of all ages should be able to enjoy things at the library.

Central Library Ideas

Week 5: New Central Library, Draw, Read
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

1. having skilled library staff to help you

2. helping lifelong learning

3. helping the arts and culture scene in Calgary

4. offering unique facilities and resources for people to use

5. preserving Calgary's local history and heritage

To me having knowlageable staf is important because if you need help with reasearch they can help you find books and information on your subject.

Literary Olympics Continued

Week 8:
by TeaganC on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

Team Hogwarts would be good -no, great- at fencing, especially deuling, because in the wizarding world,wizards deul against each other to settle arguements, to kill, and other various reasons. and in fencing, you deul

Warriors: The Last Hope

Week 3: Read, Literary Olympics, 6°, Photo Scavenger Hunt and Events
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

I choose to do a marathon. How I compleated my book was I just read and read and read until I was done. It took a few days for me to read the 369 pages but I did.

Warriors: Ravenpaw's Path: Shattered Peace

WEEK 2: Read, Relate to a Character, Peculiar Photos, and Recipes!
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

I can realate to Ravenpaw beacuse when new cats come to his barn he is a bit wary but welcoming. He gets along well with Minty and her kittens.

Wolf Rider

WEEK 1: Alternate Career, Opening Line, Book Bucket List, Read
by Morgan on Youth Read 2012 - 0 Comment(s)

A new career for Selaks, the white alpha wolf... I think that she would make a good healer and a great young pup teacher.


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