Saturday, October 15, 2016
Bruno meets a boy there, but he lives on the other side of the fence. One day, the 9-year olds decided to make an adventure together. But this adventure will be the first and last one they will have together.
I liked the book. It was written in an easy language which made it easy to understand. But I wouldn't say that it's a book for everyone. You have to be 14+ to read it, in my opinion, because it handels about how jewish people got killed by the Nazis 1942-1945.
We were discussing many characters from the book in my German lessons.
I'd rate the book 8 out of 10. Definetly worth a read!
Sunday, October 09, 2016
I recently saw Finding Dory in the cinema. It's about Dory who is well known from the movie Finding Nemo (2003). She lost her parents due memory loss, and decides to look for them. Nemo and Merlin help finding her parents, while they get seperated in the great, big ocean.
Merlin and Nero try everything to find her and her parents.
I really loved the characters in the movie! Gerald, Destiny, Hank and the others were so freaking adorable! I also liked the story itself, it gave me a throwback feeling and made me really excited. The only thing I didn't like that much were the 3D effects. They weren't necessary at all. But the movie was really well animated.
Also, I loved the short movie before the actual movie. It's called Piper. Piper is a little new born Bird that lives near the sea and has to learn living in this area! This short movie was adorable!!
To me, Finding Dory is definetly worth a see, with a ticket costing $8, it's really worth every Dollar.
I'd rate the movie with a solid 9 out of 10.
Thursday, October 06, 2016
I am Malala. How one girl stood up for education and changed the world.
I recently read the book "I am Malala. How one girl stood up for education and changed the world. It's written by Malala Yousafzai and Patricia McCormick and was published in 2014.
Malala was a young girl when terrorists shot her in the head because she stood up for education in Pakistan. She talks about her story in this book from beginning to end.
It's such a good book, it really is! It's easy to read, but it has a lot of information about living in Pakistan. It's good to know that people care about education. Also, Malala is an idol for so many young people out there.
The book costs $16 and it's definetly worth a read! It reminded me of how lucky I am to go to school and get educated!