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Book It Episode 2 - World Book Day Special


Kaiya, Ruby and Luke bring you a World Book Day Special.

Hello and welcome back to book it. I hope your week's been okay so far. Coming up on today's podcast we will be talking about World Book Day and the importance of reading. We will be giving some book reviews on books that we have read, we'll be giving you some top tips to get back into reading and, last or not, we will be reading our short stories from our recent competition that went out to our school and primary schools. Let's get started, shall we? Oh my goodness and die again. I keep waiting for a response in the isn't going to be one anyways. Moving on world booked. It is the biggest celebration of its kind. The aim of... is to celebrate authors, books, illustrators and, of course, reading. To help young people do that, book tokens are given out skills, including some nursries and secondary schools. The maze runner is a fictional story set in the future and is written by James Dashner. The world isn't kills of a virus which turns people into mindless monsters. Very few people are still alive, but an organization called wicked is trying to find a cure. The first three books fall of Thomas in the first book. He wakes up in a dark El there without his memory. All we knows is his name and age. When he gets out with the L there, he wakes up in a huge maze and is greed by people called the gladers. It's up the Thomas to find a way out of the maze. The last two books in the series are prequels, which explains so much about what happens. These books are really good because you don't want to ever put them down. If you're fond...

...of the hunger games, you'll love these books. Today we will be going over a challenge that students from primary schools and breathapart high scultic partner. We are going to go over the fifty word story challenge that was set. We got a lot of replies of brilliant stories, but sadly we could only choose to the first one of the challenge is ruppy from breathapark high school. Her story says, as I ran through the fog of day and over the hills I once called home, I felt a belated feeling of freedom. I kept running through the sound of them vociferating my name was disarranging. I never once looked back to see their Adam faces. This is freedom. Some top pitts forgetting back into reading include picking a genre the interest you and then take a few books that you think you might like to read. Also, if you're starting to read after a long time, I would suggest to start with a...

...light book that don't need long sitting hours or a long span of concentration, and also consider picking up some fiction. Still Friends, as a book by Sal Aster Woitz as about friends. The TV show explains behind the scenes, before and after and additions for the characters. Did you know that Courtney Cox, who plays Monica, originally got place as Rachel? If you're a fan of friends or just love books in general, then you would love to read this book. I would definitely recommended for over ten plus. Here is another fifty word story by V hathaway from Logiam and primary wings. I'm running, I'm flying, I'm soring above the clouds, swhipping and diving. I'm breathing in the cold, fresh air and laughing. No one can touch me here and free. I'm light as a feather, floating, almost as the queen wind buffets me around. I have my wings, I'm free. The genre...

...that I've been focusing on when I've been reading my books as team drama. The book that I'm reading right now is called girls under pressure by Jacqueline Wilson. It's about a girl called Ellie and her two best friends. Marked done the D and they're going Christmas shopping at the floor fields shopping center. While they shop, they notice a large buzz of a bed going on upstairs. Nadine wonders if it's for television. Magda replies, Wow, I hope so and steers up the others two staircases where they join the queue to discover what all the fusses about. It turns out to be a modeling competition for Spicy magazine, which Elie discovers after seeing a lot of pretty teenage girls get in their photos taken. Ellie stairs in horror as she realizes what she's been in...

...a queue for. She Witnesses Magda and the Dean being photographed. Seeing how pretty near Dinas it's fallis turned to be photographed, but she runs away, pushing through the que as she goes, resulting in one of the girls in the que exclaiming she's far too back from modeling. Ellie, heart and upset, leaves and goes home. She begins to display signs of eating disorders from this point, both by restricting her food intake and making herself sick when she feels she's overeaten. It worsens when the Dean goes through the second round of the spicy modeling competition. Elie tries to be supportive, but envies all of the models in their bodies and reflects how unfair is that the DNA is so sale despite taking no care over her diet. However, the Dean is not...

...chosen two or through to the next round. The true quarrel, but make it up on the way home. Elie is still in the feels of her eating disorder and has started to worry her parents to to her weight loss and there discovery of her eating behaviors. She has previously done an art project for the Zoe, and intelligence shouldn't it's been put up here to take her GCS. He's early and had more recently encountered zoe at the swimming pool. Ellie notices that Zoe used to have a biggish bun and now she says she has amazing cheekbones. Due to the lack of food and plentiful exercise. She uses aweys an inspiration for the time, but one day Zoe is not at the swimming pool or its school. She learns that Zoe has taken to an eating disorder word at the local hospital and visits her there. The visit prompts Ellie... examine her behaviors after realizing that Zoe got so thin she collapsed and nearly died of heart failure, and she's shocked by how sad and small zoe looks. Ellie decides that ultimately, she is not willing to risk everything in the pursuit of being thin and is going to concentrate our being happy instead and love her body for the way she is and love her appearance for the way she will always be. Another way to get back into reading is by listening to an audio book. Studies have shown audio books are just as engaging as reading books, sometimes even more engaging. I hope you enjoyed this World Book Day podcast. We hope to see you again for another exciting podcast.

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