I’ve come here today to bring you a narration of not 1, not 3.14, not 9 3/4, not 666, but 3! 3 narrations of books that have nothing to do with each ore except for the fact that water makes an appearance in both books. So, I guess I’ll do Jack and Jill first.
Jack and Jill
My rating: 8/10
This book was pretty good, it was about 2 kids named what else but Jack and Jill, who go sledding on a hill and Jack fell down, broke his crown (and other things) and Jill came tumbling after, breaking her back. Their friends and mothers help them recover, but Jill can’t walk much till the end of the book. They go on various adventures, and Frank, Jack’s brother, is very kind and helpful.
And… We come to the morals… Again. The moral of this story is:
“Don’t do dumb things, or you’ll pay”
The Sea Around Us
My rating: 7/10
This book is a narration on the sea, which you can probably tell by the title. It is written by Rachel Carson, who writes very well, and though some parts I couldn’t fully understand, it is a very well written book and gave me lots of information I didn’t already know, like what happens at the bottom of the sea, and when whales die, they feed life at the bottom for a long time. At the end of the book, she wonders how the Vikings, with no compasses, maps or iPhone’s of any sort to guide them, made their way to their destination.
Moral: “To truly understand the sea, you must first learn about it
It just Couldn’t Happen
My rating: 10/10
This was one of my favorite books, as it gave several valid reasons why the theory of Evolution is false, and Creation is true. It’s pretty cool! There’s not much else to say about this, but it is an amazing book, with a lot of experiments you can do, and stuff to think about.
Moral: “Believe what is true”
Ok, so I know that last moral might not appeal to all religions, so…
Moral 2.0 “Believe what evidence suggests is true”