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Archive for March, 2014

A Social and Exciting blur…

March30

Most of the week has been social and exciting blur,  but here’s just the best bits: Tuesday: On Tuesday I went to a the regainals in swimming. I went in 50m butterfly and got 3rd in my heat, but 13th overall. I got a new best time of 50.54. On Friday at whole school assembly I got […]

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; Book Review.

March22

I know I’ve done HEAPS of book reviews latly, but I’m reading so fast, my legs can’t keap up! Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire starts of in a different way to the rest. You start off as Frank, the gardener of a desereted house, The Riddle House. Frank notices that there is some […]

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The Odd Ones In!

March15

There’s always some little event or two that I miss, so here’s the events: Event 1: I went in a swimming carnval about 2 weeks ago. I did 50m backstroke, butterfly and butterfly in the medley. I came 2nd in butterfly with a time of 50.94 sec,  and got into the regainals (I forgot my time […]

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban; Book Review.

March9

I know I did a book review last week, but I NEED to tell you about Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban… The third Harry Potter starts out with Harry, up in his room in the dead of night doing homework. Suddenly, the clock strikes midnight. A few owls fly in from his window. […]

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Alice-Miranda in Toyko; Book Review.

March2

I was so excited when the ninth Alice-Miranda book came out, and now I finished it!!! Alice-Miranda in Toyko starts of with a young girl called Kiko wondering around the streets of Toyko. Finally she gets  herself in the subway, trying to find her way around. She finds herself in going into a nurseing home, owned […]

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