Lois Lowry Message Board
Megan posts on 11/15/2005 5:55:44 PM
I didnt like the giver. It was too weird and confusing.
Josiah posts on 11/15/2005 5:30:25 PM
Hi I read the Giver, and I love the book. It is so interesting, and it mentions all of the emotions, and memories that we are so lucky to have. I really love that book. Well that's all I have to say.
Adelle Bender posts on 10/13/2005 12:16:16 PM
Are there any beliefs that you hhave that shape the way you write? I am currently doing an Autor Poject and I need information on what inspired you to be a writer and if there are any experiences that made you a writer. I have allready read, "Gathering Blue,""A Summer to Die," and I am just starting "Messenger."
Featherbrain posts on 7/18/2005 9:58:02 PM
That question is fishy. I think you're a report-writer who doesn't want to read the book. That's a crime here. Correct me if my assumptions are wrong.
hottie posts on 7/18/2005 3:46:16 PM
hey does anyone know the theme of the book
LB posts on 5/24/2005 6:59:39 PM
Can anyone tell me where I can find reputable reviews of The Giver online? Everywhere I go it seems I either have to pay for them or the site claims it has reviews but all it really has are people giving summaries (like this site!) I read the book I know what its about, now I need some educated people to let me know what they thought about it!
Tracy posts on 4/30/2005 5:11:24 PM
you guys read the giver? what did you think?
pat posts on 4/30/2005 1:41:55 PM
i just read gathering blue it was great
sunflowerbee posts on 4/19/2005 11:45:30 PM
I think honestly don't remember much about Anabella because I read this book quite a while ago, but I remember that I loved how it was in the future, yet most of society over time had gone back to living primitively. It is really interesting.
~B~R~I~A~N~N~A posts on 4/19/2005 10:10:05 PM
kay, Annabella didn't get taken to where kira's dad lives because Matt saw her dead....so, yeah
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