This is a story about a kid named Rachel who had her 11th birthday. The meaning of a birthday is a date when you were born, which you celebrate each year. Even if you turn eleven you might still feel like 10,9,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 years old. Some times when your sad you might need your moms shoulder to cry on, that's when you would feel like 7. The story goes like this, one the Rachel's 11th birthday she went to the school. The teacher asked the students whom the filthy sweater belonged to. So that stupid Sylvia said that it was the Rachel's sweater, which wasn't. The teacher believed Sylvia and gave it o the kid but no words came out of the Rachel's mouth. Rachel was upset and gloomy that day. I think everybody would've felt like Rachel, some time in there lives. When ever they express there emotions (weather it's a happy feeling or a sad feeling) there would be a different part of our selves in me. Sometimes I would feel like 11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2 and 1 years old depending on your mood. I think the author wrote this story because every body has these kind of experiences, so the book would remind you(the readers) of your past. When I was reading this book I thought the writer wrote the kid's emotions in a creative way. readers who are reading this right now I recommend this book
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  1. JeanLee 2013/07/19 17:02  댓글주소  수정/삭제  댓글쓰기

    I love your posting! Well done, Anna.

    It's an interesting concept, isn't it? It wouldn't be only kids who feel as the way you wrote. My 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, and 3-year-old selves are always somewhere deep in my heart, waiting for its chance to come out through my 41-year-old body. It's funny for me to put the numbers that way. I might not have grown very well, since thinking patterns of my younger years are still taking a considerable part of my heart.

    On the second thought,all emotions are natural parts of ourselves and what matters is how to understand and express them. Anna, I wonder if you find that some of your emotions or behaviors are related to your specific memories or certain ages. For example, do you think that your tantrums(? if you still have any)are remaining traits of the age three? I would like you to share some of your examples about it.