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Sunday, 22 April 2012

Potter MAD!!

Hello everyone! Is school going well? I hope it is :) Anyway, I decided to give you a really epic blog post this week! Oh and also, I went to Dancing On Ice Tour and I really recommend it. SO if you're thinking about going, you should.

This week I'm going to do Book And Blogger of the week. They are... Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone and Taylor Watson! The first Harry Potter book is a classic, but I guess the whole series are. It is all about a boy (Harry) who lives with his Aunt, Uncle and cousin, Dudley. The Dursleys (Aunt, Uncle ext) are not well... very friendly to Harry. They don't like him at all. One day, Harry is told by a giant of a man that he is a wizard! From then on everything is different and much more magical than ever before.... Read Harry Potter because it's my favourite ever book!!!!!

Taylor Watson is a fabulous blogger (like Sapphire Feather) and like me, she is holding a Writing Competition. Unlike mine though, she has an actual writer helping her judge (EEK! EXCITING OR WHAT?!). Taylor is a lovely person, she is very chatty and always there to help. Plus, she writes mega interesting posts and that is why everyone adores her.

Character Profile:

Name: Harry Potter
Age: 11 (in the first book)
Job: Being a wizard and fighting Voldemort
Looks: Black, long hair and shining green eyes.
Likes: Being with his best friends, playing Quidditch

Here is a letter to a book character:
Dear Hermione Granger,

I think you are a very intelligent and brave girl. I've heard lots about you from books and movies and I find you very interesting. You are also SO pretty and I love your style. Out of all the many books you've read, which is your favourite? The Tales Of Beedle The Bard? The History Of Magic? And are you very fond of Harry and Ron? Were you always great friends? Hope you get this, Abigail Bronte xoxo

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Egg-cellent Easter!

Hello all you keen and creative readers! This is a late (sorry!) Easter edition of Readalot. Enjoy!
The Post:

Happy Easter everyone! What have you all been up to? My brother and I had an Easter egg hunt and we found loads of yummy scrummy chocolate eggs! We also had a huge lunch so I felt a bit like Santa Claus after the meal, (no offence Mr Claus). What did you get up to? Email me at abbybronte@hotmail.co.uk and I can include your say in my next post!

Now it's time for Book and Author of the week, and they are... The Hunger Games and Suzanne Collins! The Hunger Games are a series of books about a mega scary reality game show. There are twelve boys and tweleve girls who are forced to join the show and participate in an event, The Hunger Games. The one rule is, "Kill Or Be Killed" (eek!). Katniss (the main character) takes her sister's place in the games and realises she may not be around for too long... Wow! Read the Hunger Games because they sound really awesome! Suzanne Collins wrote The Hunger Games and is an interesting lady because I think she looks into things with far more detail than others might. She wrote the Hunger Games books to make a statement and that statement has now been definitely made. Well done Suzanne, I can't wait to hear more from you!

Character Profile:

Name: Jesus
Age: Not very sure...
Job: To make miracles and believe in God
Likes: Helping people, praying
Looks: Quite long brown, wavy hair, wears white a lot
Why Jesus is on the Easter Post: Jesus is the reason we celebrate Easter. He died to save us and that is a HUGE sacrifice, way bigger than my Easter lunch!

This is my letter to the Easter Bunny:

Dear Easter Bunny,

I'm Abigail Bronte and I have a blog called Readalot! I just wanted to say that I think you're SO amazing because you are loyal to everyone. You always make sure everyone has Easter eggs and you tell everyone about the Easter message and what Easter really means. You encourage people to give things up for Easter which is important and loving. Have the BEST Easter ever! Lots of love, Abigail Bronte xoxo

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

VIP: Very Important Post

Hi everyone! The Easter Readalot post is coming soon but I just wanted to tell you something. The Readalot Writing Competition is ending on the eleventh of June instead of the eleventh of April. I didn't think I gave you enough time, so if you were worried that you wouldn't get your story done then now you will be very pleased. I hope that changing the date of the competition will benefit you. Thank you!