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Book Talk on Leslie's Journal
His novel, Chanda's Secrets, is a Michael L. Printz Honor Book. He lives in Toronto. Allan Stratton. Customer Reviews of Leslie's Journal. Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Age of the child I gave this to:. Hours of Play:. Tell Us Where You Are:. Preview Your Review. Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 5 out of 5 by NicoleBaldwin from This book changes me as a teenager This book is amazing. It's one of my favourite books I read in high school. It's tense and thrilling, but it's also brutally real.
It shows that abusive relationships could happen to anyone, come from anyone, and be hidden from everyone.
Leslie's Journal by Allan Stratton
Leslie is a great example of why women don't always leave an abusive partner: they can't. Date published: I really love this book. It gives you a lot to think about.
Just because this happened to Leslie doesn't mean it can't happen to you or someone you know. Whenever I go to a certain part in this book chills run down my back and up my arms and I thought is she going to be okay? It could happen to anybody. I love books that make you think and This book made me think hard.
I suggest anyone to read this book and think could this happen to me? Extra Content. Read from the Book Chapter 1 It's only the first week and already school sucks. I've got Ms. Graham again for English. Today she said every class is going to start with fifteen minutes of journal writing, which is what we're doing now.
This is supposed to train us to "reflect freely on our personal experiences.
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It's to give her fifteen minutes with nothing to do. Also, since our journals will be about personal feelings, she says she won't read them. So write, write, write. As with everything in this world, you'll get out of it what you put into it. A year of journals! Can I scream yet?
- LESLIE’S JOURNAL!
- Exhibition brochure?
- Maimonides (Blackwell Great Minds).
It's so boring I keep forgetting to breathe. And each day when it's over she's going to collect them and lock them up in her filing cabinet, like we're a bunch of babies who'll lose them or something.
But okay. Journals beat having her teach.go here
Last year, she either read aloud to us or we read aloud to her, then she'd stop and ask us stupid questions about what we'd just heard. This last part was hilarious, because nobody ever gave her an answer. We just stared up at her like we were dead and watched her eyes go funny.
No kidding, her eyes were like gerbils.