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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Alyssa's Blog

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime.
Mark Haddon
Page: Done

When Mrs. Sheffield had first described this book to me, I was thinking something completely different than what I read. This was one of those books where it drags you into the story. You can feel what they feel, and see what they see. Ahh, the discriptions in it were amazing. This book made me wonder what it would be like to work with children or people with Autism. Would it really be like they are scared constantly? Or would it be like they were in their own world? In the story Christopher considers himself a math genius. He is extremely skilled with numbers. He has a way of making the numbers like a story, I guess you would say. He can take a problem and make a story out of it and find out whats wrong or right about the story. That is pretty cool to me. But I definately encourage other people to read this story.

1 comment:

  1. Mrs. Sheffiled has tried to get me to read certain books, but they are all too big, but maybe they are good. I am not trying to be rude, but it kind of reminds me of Chris Evans. I sit with him at lunch so I am definitly not being mean but he kind of does have his own way of doing stuff. He is really good with numbers, especially when it comes to stats. He can tell you every score of every game and every individual player. I am glad you are enjoying this book, and I hope it continues to satisfie.


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