These are a few books that I recommend reading.
Night, by Elie Wiesel – This is a story about the Holocaust and about how a young Jew goes into concentration camps and stays alive. The author, Elie Wiesel , won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986. This book is 100 pages, and will make you feel angry,sad, and give you a little feeling of disbelief that the Germans could be doing these things to human beings.
Excerpt: “You are now in Auschwitz. This is a concentration camp, not a convalescent home. You will work, or you will be burned in the crematorium. Work or crematorium, the choice is yours.
Diary of A Wimpy Kid , By Jeff Kinney - These books are very humorous and tell the story of a seventh grader, Greg Heffley , and him trying to make it through middle school. This book is very funny and will have you laughing at times. Greg is one of those characters that gets caught in awkward moments and moments of irony. Very good read if you want a laugh. The second book of this series, “Rodrick Rules” is out also.
Excerpt: We were walking and then saw some bugs on the street. Rodrick tried to shoot a few down with the piece of gum in his mouth. Dad was right behind him though, and dad got hit in the head. The next thing you know, he was chasing Rodrick on the parking lot. Rodrick was quicker, and dad tripped on the curb.
Scary books – A person cannot really say much about horror books. Different kinds of horror appeal to different kinds of people. If you liked vampires, for example, you would read Dracula and not Frankenstein, no? A book I really liked was The Strange Case of Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde. But that book I think is really old so everybody must know about it already. On the other hand, Night is pretty old too. This book isn’t really scary, but it’s interesting. I read Stephen King and/or some Dean Koontz books if I want to pee myself.