Genre: 7th


Finally, a revelation occurred to me. There were reinforcements getting ready to attack me and my mountain. To stop their plan I would first have to destroy the town and maybe the reinforcements wouldn’t continue coming. Then a puzzling thought popped into my head, Why would the goblins team with dwarves? I thought goblins were evil and would only ever team up with the wargs? I pushed that thought out of my head and flew out of my mountain like a bullet.


Now in the end, the score board has not changed – I’m waiting for the audiences vote… which is you! If you are lucky enough to do student feedback for me, please please please say who you think should’ve won, and why!

Bryant W

I also like your recursive style, which is very interesting, making the reader read more intently. It isn’t in a normal order, which causes the reader to, well, the reader while reading the story sorta has puzzle pieces not fitting, perhaps upside down, but when you finish the essay they understand how the puzzle pieces finally fit, showing a beautiful image of William “The P-Dawg” Wood. -Jonathan L.


Zhuo-Wei is also working on a poetry unit, and has responded strongly to the light verse of Shel Silverstein. Light verse is defined as poetry that attempts to be humorous.  Some of the notable light verse poets are Edward Lear, Ogden Nash, Phyllis McGinley, Lewis Carroll, and the inimitable Shel Silverstein.  The below poems follow Read more…


Handheld Games that Stupefy and Amaze   I would much rather play video games on a console or PC, but sometimes that’s not available to you. So what do you do? You dig your phone out of your pocket and play some mobile games! Oh what’s that? You don’t have any mobile games? Well let Read more…