As the Page Turns

Book reviews from Mrs. Dougherty's class


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100 Things North Carolina fans should do before they die by Art Chansky

Genre: Non-fiction
Rating: ☆☆☆, a good read
Total number of pages: 285

Review by: David
My current book type: Non-fiction

Why I chose this book: I choose this book because I’m a unc fan.Also because it talks about the history of the unc basketball program.

Is this book what I expected? This book is what I expected it to be because it is talking about the history of unc basketball.

Three words that describe THE MOOD this book:
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100 Things North Carolina fans should know & do before they die by Art Chansky

Genre: Non-fiction
Rating: ☆☆☆, a good read
Total number of pages: 285

Review by: David
My current book type: realistic fiction

This book is about the history of the University of North Carolina basketball team . It includes stories about past players that played for UNC and the championships won.

I like this book because it is very interesting to read about the players and championships won. Another reason why I like it is because it talks about the schools UNC has played against throughout the years. I also like it because former UNC basketball player Phil Ford wrote the foreword for the book. Another reason why I like the book because it talks about Michael Jordan’s time at UNC.

Three words that describe this book:
informational, interesting,Fun


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The First Part Last by Angela Johnson

Genre: Realistic fiction
Rating: ☆☆☆☆, I love this!
Total number of pages: 131

Review by: Santonio
My current book type: Science Fiction

Bobby’s a classic urban teenager. He is different from other teenagers because he’s going to be a father. instead of hanging out with his friends he’ll be with his girlfriend at the doctors.

I really like the format of this book. I also like how when Bobby came home on his birthday he saw his girlfriend sitting on the steps of his house with a balloon. Bobby thought that she was just there to celebrate his birthday… nut he thought wrong. This book show’s the struggle of being a teen parent.

Three words that describe this book:
suspenseful, surprising, informational