Inspired by the novel HOLES, the students were asked to design a helpful guide for new arrivals; information someone would find more than helpful in terms of surviving this thinly disguised desert prison for wayward felons. The guide books are colourful and visually pleasing but they also contain advice that could save your life, such as, how to avoid the fatal bite of the yellow-spotted lizard, or the wrath of the greedy Camp Warden. Visit English Room 1 to see the books in real time. Students Teaching Students If there is anything we are am proud of at IBSB, it is the situation where we see students teaching students.
This book is an emotional journey. Part love story, part mystery, it touched my heart. Ellie looks at Blue Reynard and sees that he's broken. She knows she can't fix him. She knows better than to get involved with a man like him.
She's done it before, and it's never ended well. She can't resist, but she doesn't kid herself that it's more than an interlude. Blue has lost a lot in his life and he doesn't think he can survive any more loss. He meets Ellie online where they discus Wow.
He meets Ellie online where they discuss music mostly the blues which they're both passionate about. When she decides to write a biography about a '30 blues singer from his small town, he invites her to stay in his guest house.
As she explores the mystery of why this blues singer walked away from her promising career as well as a personal mystery about the father she's never knownthings ignite between the two. Somehow the feelings of hope and despair all intertwined in the story in way that left me totally satisfied and sated.
I need a little decompression time, I think, before I start another book. First thing in the morning I had to keep reading.
The relationship between Blue and Elle is very intense and I had a knot in my stomach most of the way through thinking "can they make it? Well worth 99 cents on my Kindle.
Ellie Connor loves music especially the blues and works as biographer moving from town to town but resisting going closer to home since it means confronting her past. She was raised by her grandparents after her mother left her there and never knew who her father was.
Her mother died when she was two, and since she was plain looking and illegitimate she didn't have an easy time of it. For the past year In the Midnight Rain was tough to rate since it started off slow and had many characters in it. For the past year she has been mailing with Blue, a botanist and when she decides to go to Pine Bend, to cover the story of a black singer Mabel who could have made it to the top but disappeared, and to find her father, she takes the cottage Blue offered.
When they meet both of them are not expecting what they find especially the attraction and how much more younger they are. Blue is handsome and a man who is melancholy due to the losses in his life brother died in Vietnam, wife in car accident and more.
He mothers his plants, drinks bourbon and dates bimbos.
Ellie decides to resist the pull between them since she has a habit of falling for men with problems and thinking she can heal them but which has only left her broken-hearted. She is upfront to Blue about this and he agrees to an extent.
The town is filled with people who lost loved one's in Vietnam and the story of Mabel is very interesting as well.
I enjoyed the book though it's pace was slow and it talked about the differences that existed between the blacks and the whites.
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