#1
Like a month ago i was assigned a book report in my lit class and so two weeks before the project it due i finally choose a book, now i have until friday to come up with the book report presentation

anyways so i just finished the book and i was reading over the project guidelines and need to make some kind of cross curricular connection between the book and a school subject, i'm having trouble finding a subject to relate the book "The Lost Years of Merlin" by T.A. Barron to
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#2
yea, not the best book to do that on. and isn't it a little bit juvenile for someone your age? i remember reading those books when i was 10.
#3
I always thought those were good books.
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#4
I always totally sucked at finding the morals in stories, although my English teacher always says every damn book in the entire universe has a point other than some guy felt like writing a story.
Blah.
But find the theme, screw around with it a bit, and you'll be able to connect it somehow. ^_^

How about...um...wow, why did you use that book? The morals, if you think of any...all have to do with real-life, and can't even be changed to deal with school.
#5
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yea, not the best book to do that on. and isn't it a little bit juvenile for someone your age? i remember reading those books when i was 10.

i wouldn't say so... im only 15 haha... and when i was 10 i wasnt reading novels like these haha
<Raven> I got so baked last night
<Raven> that I WOKE UP high o_o
<Raven> Do you have any idea how euphoric that is?
<Raven> I felt like I was being born.