March 26, 2012

Writing Prompt: 100-Word Challenge

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Writing Prompt: 100-Word Challenge

Ready for a challenge? Because the writer of this week’s Write On Writing Prompt wants you to BRING IT! Cutie3500 writes:

Okay, 100-word challenge. You have to write a review on your favorite book in 100 words or fewer.

Are you up for it? Thanks for the awesome challenge, Cutie3500. What about you guys? Write us your book review of 100 words or fewer in the Comments below!

— Ratha, STACKS Writer

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  1. tricksurgeon1

    My FAVORITE books are the Harry Potter series. They are full of action and adventure. I am reading Prisoner of Azkaban, so nobody tell me what happens!

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  2. werewolfcat5

    My favorite book is The Guardians of Ga’Hoole.The owl characters are great! Even though I’m only on the second book because after I read the first book I’ve been looking for the second book since forever and I finally found it,I can tell the other books are going to be AWESOME!

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  3. adam

    My favorite book is The Outsider.It is about a 13 year old named Leo.He can control death because he has the hades curse.he found out because when he got angry at his teacher, she had a heart attack. he has to go deep into the underworld to find out if he’s alive or not.he can summon skeloton warriors!

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  4. Dakota

    My favorite book is The Emerald Atlas. It’s about three kids, Kate, Michael, and Emma.
    They go to a town called Cambridge Falls after being kicked out of an orphanage. They accidentally travel into the past, and that kicks off a series of adventures that lead to the most dangerous one of all.

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  5. dramabookworm14

    What if one day you download a CD for AOL and all of a sudden a social networking site comes up. But it can’t really be because its 1992 and the site wasn’t invented yet.
    As once close friends Emma and Josh discover what will happen to each other and their friends in the future things seem to split even more apart for their friendship. Josh becomes matched with the hottest most out-of-his-league girl while Emma is stuck with random crappy guys she doesn’t like. As Emma tries to change everything she learns that every little thing you do can send ripples into your future and change, well everything.
    Can the once best friends simply just “unfriend” each other?
    :/ a little over 100 but oh well…still one of my favorite books; The Future of Us by Jay Asher.

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  6. writergrapes3

    My favorite book was The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2. The book was great in my opinion. It was cool and it has a lot of twists in the story line. It had a lot of romance in it and had a little bit of action in it. Aaah, vampires and werewolves! I just love all of it!

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  7. adventurechasing19

    My fave book of all is Animorphs:The Invasion because it shows pride,sadness bravery and suspense.My favorite book including the all the books even though i havent read them all.

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  8. Tennisrat

    READ THIS!!!!!!!!!I love FABLEHAVEN!!! By Brandon Mull. Not a super popular series,but it should be. There is a magical preserve,demons,dragons…
    u gotta check it out.

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  9. magic

    my favorite book is julia gillian because its about a girl who has a dog that is a saint benard and i really like it. the book is so awesome that i kinda want all the books. the only thing i wish for is i wish i own scholastic bookstore and it was in california and other places so every one can visit

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  10. Ley56

    The Diversion is anouther wonderful book from the auther K.A Applegate. In this book the Yeerks are using blood samples to see if the “Andalite bandits” are humans. They get a name. The name is non other than Tobias’. If is full of suspence and funnyness!

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  11. Alexandria

    I love the Hunger Games series. The structure of the book is wonderfully mastered. Suzanne Collins is the only author I know who can beautifully capture the sad parts, the romantic parts, the serious parts, and everything in between. Once you start you never want to stop. Nothing is impossible. You will be hanging on your feet, and sometimes yelling at your book because of what happened, or a twist in the story. The heartbreak will have you crying. The romance will make you want to be Katniss or Peeta. You will read this series from first to last and over again and backwards. No matter how many times you read it, ti will always manage to keep you hanging on your feet.

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  12. matt

    My favorite book is The Book Thief because it takes place in WWII and is told from death’s perspective. Liesel grows up in Germany. Her brother Werner dies on a train, which is where Liesel picks up her first book, The Grave Digger’s Handbook.Liesel is sent to her foster parents where shorthly after she arrives Max Vandenburg arrives at her door. He Is a Jew Which Hitler and all of the German people hate so her new family decides to take Max in and hide him in their basement.This is my favorite book because it has death,mystery,and action. My favorite Book Is the Book Thief by Markus Zusak.

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  13. purplepanda626

    my favorite book is the calvin and hobbes series.it is a about a little boy with a big imagination.calvin has a stuffed tiger named hobbes who {calvin thinks} is real when hobbes is alone with calvin but when other people are around,hobbes is a stuffed tiger.calvin has an enemy named susie derkins.calvin and hobbes were made in the 1980′s,so your parents might know the series.calvin is into superheros,and he made up a few himself such as spaceman spiff and stupendus man.if you are sad,this series is goingto cheer you up!

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  14. Nikita

    The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins- Katniss steps in to take her sister’s place in the Hunger Games- a fight to the death on live TV. Katniss and a boy Peeta Mellark must fight to win eternal fame and glory. I like this book because of the twists. If you like Harry Potter, you’ll love the Hunger Games

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  15. Haley

    Have you ever read Unwind by Neal Shusterman? It tells the tale of three children who live in a society in which a common practice to get rid of troublesome children is “unwinding” or “living in a divided state”.
    This is a masterpiece! Shusterman possesses the rare ability to fully develop plotlines and characters without over or under-doing it, which is why it is such a fantastic novel.
    There is literally a plot twist on every page, and this novel will have you hanging on the edge of your seat until the very end.
    Unwind is perfect for mature readers interested in dystopian societies. It is just about, if not more, engaging than Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and as wonderfully written and developed as Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games.

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  16. elffairy26

    I have a lot of “favorite” books, such as the twilight saga and the hunger games trilogy. Although all of those books are amazing, I’d have to say Cinder by Marissa Meyer is also up there. Cinder is a futuristic take on Cinderella; it’s not just like every other Cinderella story. I mean what other stories have androids, the plague, and aliens. Not only that but it takes place in New Beijing. Don’t just take my word for it. Go read it yourself! I promise you that once you start reading you will never want to put it down.

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  17. Suzi

    My favorite book is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It is very good. I like how Katniss isn’t afraid to take her sister’s place is the Games. Katniss is my favorite character and I wish I was more like her. She is very brave. I also like Peeta, because he is shy, yet very strong. I read the first book in Less than 24 Hours! I couldn’t stop reading!

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