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  • Redwall Book Report Essay

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         Redwall is about a young mouse named Matthias. He lived in an abbey called Redwall. Redwall was a nice, peaceful place until a rat called Cluny the Scourge came with his horde and tried to take it over. The night before the citizens of Redwall knew that Cluny was coming, Matthias and Brother Alf had caught a giant fish that was big enough to feed all of the animals inside of Redwall so they had a big feast. When Matthias and Constance the badger were taking some of the

  • Redwall Essay

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    sp;                                  Redwall      Redwall is a tale of a huge abbey which is named Redwall and within it live all sorts of animals, such as badgers, mice, squirrels, shrews, rabbits and hedgehogs. Redwall’s greatest hero is named Matthias. He is young mouse who seems normal, even average, in appearance

  • Analysis Of 'The Castaways Of The Flying Dutchman'

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    A Series for All Lovers of Adventure and Fantasy For centuries, humans have loved stories, particularly ones they can either relate to or ones that are plain exciting. The book series The Castaways of the Flying Dutchman falls more into the action-packed side, but it is still well-written. Brian Jacques wrote the series, with the first novel published in 2001 and the last one in 2006, spanning over a three book series. The first one is the one that named the series, the second book called The Angel's

  • Analysis Of 'The Castaways Of The Flying Dutchman'

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    For centuries, humans have been loved stories, particularly ones they can either relate to, or ones that are just exciting. A story of adventure, mystery, and good against evil… the book series The Castaways of the Flying Dutchman had all of this. The series was written by Brian Jacques, with the first book published in 2001 and the last one in 2006, spanning over a three book series. The first one is the one that named the series, the second book called The Angel's Command, and the final instalment

  • Analysis Of The Castaways Of The Flying Dutchman

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    For centuries, humans have loved stories, particularly ones they can either relate to, or ones that are just exciting. A story of adventure, mystery, and the honest against the malevolent… the book series The Castaways of the Flying Dutchman had all of this. Brian Jacques wrote the series, with the first book published in 2001 and the last one in 2006, spanning over a three book series. The first one is the one that named the series, the second book called The Angel's Command, and the author named

  • Lovers Of Fantasy

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    so appealing. Personally, I had never heard of this legend before, but the first novel actually made me want to learn more about that time period and the legends mariners would tell of the mysteries of the sea. Known for his skill in writing the Redwall books, Brian Jacques carried this style over into the Castaways series. He uses vivid figurative language, exquisite vocabulary, exceptional dialogue techniques, and creates memorable characters all throughout the whole series. In The Angel's Command

  • Personal Narrative: Mrs. Oak

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    As part of the greater push at that grade level to introduce kids to a greater depth of books, Mrs. Oak created a game that would award points based on the number and length of books that you read, with a prize being given to the winner at the end of every month (usually candy). Now being the clever nine year old brat that I was, I decided to game the system by quickly flipping through a great number of small children’s books every day. While this did put me ahead on points, I was completely avoiding

  • The Importance of the Human Relationship with Animals

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    Human beings have always looked for similarities between themselves and other people as to gain common ground. However people also attempt to make connections between themselves and the more primal parts of nature. Animals have been along side people for centuries and them being by our side we’ve assigned them certain traits and meanings as an attempt to connect with them on a deeper level. The Egyptians treated felines as almost gods in their culture because, after domestication, they killed vermin

  • Tac Essay About Reading

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    favorites. One of the books I most frequently read was The Lord of the Rings, and while my enthusiasm for the trilogy has somewhat dimmed, I did read The Return of the King at least four times. Similarly, I was strikingly struck by Brian Jacques’ Redwall series, which, along with the

  • The Grand Canyon's Display Of Layered Rocks

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    The Grand Canyon’s display of layered rocks is magnificent and immense. The Canyon has many types of rocks including metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary. 2 billion years ago, igneous and metamorphic rocks formed in the inner gorge of the Grand Canyon. On top of these rocks sedimentary rock layers were created. Over time these layers of rocks transformed with erosion, tectonic actions, intrusions, and uncomformities. There are almost 40 identified rock layers form the Grand Canyon. Some rocks

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