|By annie (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, March 15, 2006 - 3:11 pm: Edit Post|
The book is telling you to not be so mean to other people because we are all the same inside.
|By rayray (c-68-47-55-127.hsd1.ga.comcast.net - 126.96.36.199) on Saturday, September 30, 2006 - 2:45 pm: Edit Post|
it's telling u that black people and white people are equal and if they work together (like in the end when there is a fire in the feild and they both put it out) they can accomplish things. it's also telling you how white people treated black people and how even though they weren't slaves anymore, they didn't have a lot of rights and they were still sometimes treated like slaves
|By Tiffany Armstrong (cpe-66-74-7-4.dc.res.rr.com - 188.8.131.52) on Thursday, November 09, 2006 - 7:48 pm: Edit Post|
THis book is a great book. But i didnt like it very much. It didnt really grab my attention my grandfather (Neil Armstrong) thought it tought a great lesson like me. But it still didnt grab my attention. I totally lyke recomend this book!
|By Tiffany Armstrong (cpe-66-74-7-4.dc.res.rr.com - 184.108.40.206) on Thursday, November 09, 2006 - 7:36 pm: Edit Post|
Haha i didnt read tha book. I read about five pages and it was gayyy. BUt i had 2 read it 4 skool so i guess i did read it.It sucked even my grandpa (Neil Armstrong mhm 1st 1 on tha moon not even lying im tiffany his daughter) thought it was "BLAND" as he calls it lol well yea i did not lyke it att alllll! (sorry for yew guys hu du lyke it <3) and yes it did teach yew an important lesson. ohh and im fluent in french now how tyte? my grandpa and my daddy sent me 2 paris and took me shopping! funnn yew shuld try all tha designers there beautiful!
|By shay (h220.127.116.11.ip.alltel.net - 18.104.22.168) on Sunday, March 18, 2007 - 3:09 pm: Edit Post|
I unlikely like Tiffany like this book. It showed me to treat everyone equal. God made us different for a reason and that reasons not to harasse eachother either.
|By Anonymous (cache-dtc-ae08.proxy.aol.com - 22.214.171.124) on Thursday, April 12, 2007 - 12:55 am: Edit Post|
Straight from the writer:
Many years ago when I first started writing the stories told by my family about our family history and about neighbors and friends and the community in which my family lived, I envisioned presenting an aspect of American history which during my own childhood was not presented in the history books. I envisioned presenting a family united in love and self-respect, and parents, strong and sensitive, attempting to guide their children successfully without harming their spirits, through the hazardous maze of living in a discriminatory society. I wanted readers to know this family, based upon my own, and I wanted them to feel akin to them and to walk in their shoes.
|By michelle holloway (c-68-44-0-55.hsd1.nj.comcast.net - 126.96.36.199) on Wednesday, April 18, 2007 - 5:56 pm: Edit Post|
DaT BoOk WaS FuCkInG KrAzY!!!! Yo DaT ShIt WaSz GoOd ThOuGh
|By M.J. Peters (123-3-59-140.static.dsl.dodo.com.au - 188.8.131.52) on Monday, May 28, 2007 - 9:12 am: Edit Post|
That Tiffany Armstrong sounds like a spoilt brat who would fit right in as a selfish, name dropping, white, racist. I believe you should have read the book and maybe you woud actually have something of real interest to write about, and something entertaining for others to read. How will you ever graduate- is it because your Neil Armstrongs granddaughter!!!!!
By the way, Neil Armstrong didn't really land on the moon... it was a joke, just like you!!!