Inside Out's description is absolutely unbelievable. "Inside Out" is a tapestry of words and spaces and ink, conglomerating into a sensory masterpiece. This story follows Riley, who is confused with her feelings. Riley - who has emotions who control how she feels. Anger, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and finally Joy - who live in a headquarters in her head. They all try to keep things positive, but sometimes things get hard. They guide her through her way, every single day. But with a new school, a new city, a new house, and along with leaving her friends can be a bit hard. But, throughout the story Riley tries to look to the positive side. A beautiful, lavishly-worded story about prepubescent feelings and experiencing new changes.
J.K Rowlings description is absolutely unbelievable. "Harry Potter" is a tapestry of words and spaces and ink, conglomerating into a sensory masterpiece. The book follows a boy named Harry Potter, in such a horrible state he lives under the stairs. He's treated so poorly, and one day a letter arrives. He get's enrolled into a magic school, such called "Hogwarts". Everything is fine, until he meets Draco Malfoy, and many more villans. Through out the story, he is faced with many problems in the series. But there is good problems too. He meets Hermione, Ron, and many more astonishing people. He's starting his third year but- there is a criminal on the loose. Sirius Black. A beautiful, lavishly-worded series about magic, and the hard stories that come your way in life.
i loved this book when i was younger, i recommend reading it. it's about drama, which i absolutely love. the book was very interesting and i was quite involved. overall, definitely one of my favourite books as a kid, and even now. a five star rating in my opinion.