Twilight book report help

Add your rating See all kid reviews. Continue reading Show less Is it any good? This incredibly long book is really two books.

Twilight book report help

Add your rating See all kid reviews. When her mother gets remarried, Bella Swan moves in with her father, Charlie, who lives in a small town on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, where it rains nearly all the time.

There she meets Edward, a strange and gorgeous boy from a strange and gorgeous family -- and soon she's fallen madly in love with him. She also discovers that he and his family are vampires, which doesn't bother her at all. But it bothers Edward; even though his family long ago swore off human blood in favor of animals', he still worries for her safety, both with him and with his family, who control their lust for human blood only by willpower.

Continue reading Show less Is it any good? This incredibly long book is really two books. The first two-thirds of TWILIGHT is a fairly engrossing, if not terribly imaginative, vampire romance, with lots of smoldering eyes, palpitating hearts, mood swings, and a nice touch of fantasy.

Then in the final third it turns into an action-thriller, as another vampire sets his sights on Bella. Despite its length it is very readable, though it's all too easy to read a hundred pages, enjoy it, and then not be able to remember anything that actually happened.

The vampires are not only presented sympathetically, but with their amazing superhero-ish powers, spectacular looks, and hipster style, they also make vampirism seem like a sensible and appealing lifestyle choice -- though they would certainly fit in better in Soho than in Forks, Washington.

Still, it's mostly good fun, and passes the time pleasantly. Continue reading Show less Talk to your kids about Families can talk about the popularity of the series.

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Why do you think this story resonates so well with teen readers? Is it the writing itself -- or is it more to do with the vampire theme and the doomed romance?

This book has sparked many more books about vampires and fantasy books in general, such as Alex Van Helsing: Vampire Rising or even funny books like Vamped. Do you think publishers should keep printing these books -- or is the market sort of getting oversaturated?Nov 20,  · This incredibly long book is really two books.

The first two-thirds of TWILIGHT is a fairly engrossing, if not terribly imaginative, vampire romance, with lots of smoldering eyes, palpitating hearts, mood swings, and a nice touch of fantasy.3/5. Aug 03,  · Our impact report: How Tech is Changing Childhood Parent reviews for Breaking Dawn: The Twilight Saga, Book 4.

Common Sense says. Last book of supernatural soap saga is slightly more mature. and has a death wish. On her first day in schoool, Eric offers to help her find her next class, and she says he's over-helpful, compares Mike to a 3/5. Transcript of Twilight book report. Twilight Saga Kelsie Wilkinson Summary: Twilight is about a teen girl named Bella Swan moves to Forks Washington and starts at a new school.

She is now living with her father Charlie. One day at school she met a handsome nice guy in biology class. What she does not know is he is a vampire!

Twilight book report help

Apr 17,  · Best Answer: I would include: A lion and a lamb, to symbolize Bella and Edward. Mainly the colors red and black. A summary, plot diagram, etc.

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of the books. Your opinion of the theme and a picture to go with it (ie. true love, with a heart).Status: Resolved. Oct 05,  · In the first book of the Twilight Saga, internationally bestselling author Stephenie Meyer introduces Bella Swan and Edward Cul First, Edward was a vampire.

Second, there was a part of him—and I didn't know how dominant that part might be—that thirsted for my blood/5(M). Aug 22,  · Best Answer: 1.

bella meets a mysterious boy and tries to figure out what he is. 2. edward is a vampire, and edward and bella love eachother 3. james is a tracker and is tracking down bella to kill her.

"and so the lion fell in love with the lamb" perfect quote. i'd use all of them if i Status: Resolved.

Twilight (Twilight, #1) by Stephenie Meyer