In this feature, Han shares the loveliest illustrations she's found related to the world-famous NaNoWriMo.
“A genius. A criminal mastermind. A millionaire. And he is only twelve years old.” Han chats about the five things she loved most about reading Artemis Fowl!
Hannah wonders why we FEEL so much when we read, and what the value in this emotional response is.
Hannah's Day 8 poem, inspired by Jerry Spinelli's Stargirl and using botanical jargon.
Hannah's second post comparing Jenny Han's To All The Boys I've Loved Before and Hayley Long's The Nearest Far Away Place, where she looks at how tragedy works in both books.
The blog post in which Hannah reveals her age when she compares and contrasts the characters in two different YA novels.
Our third and final look at Eragon, in which we talk about the concept of rarity and what it brings to the story.
Hardship is a persistent theme in Eragon. In this post, we tackle what various characters' responses to adversity reveal about them and how this is applicable to us.
Our first post about Eragon, where we chat about how Christopher Paolini uses perspective .
The second post from the book Strange The Dreamer where we chat about how Laini Taylor uses the idea of belonging as a crux in the story