Elevators to get to floors
La Tour Eiffel
World’s tallest man-made structure
Establishing shot of films in the city
Restaurants on second and first floors
The Great Sphinx
The Great Sphinx is really great.
I saw a picture of it when I was eight.
I hate the desert and the sand.
But, I might just go there if I can.
White and gray
In New York City
Took my breath away
Out in the middle of the Big Apple
Was a big landmark in New York
Every person remembers that day
Really interesting to see where they used to stand
Still people remember the Twin Towers
The Liberty Bell
Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Iconic symbol of American independence
Broke when first rung
Replicas are commonly found across the U.S
Tin and copper were used to make it
You can see it on coins and stamps
Became a big hit in 1847
Elevated 30 feet
London made it
Martin Luther King Jr. Dies
By Michael G
Martin Luther King Jr. was born January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from Morehouse College, was a Baptist minister, and a lawyer. He is most important for his “I have a dream” speech that ended segregation. He was an amazing man!
Martin Luther king Jr. accomplished many achievements. The most important one was the “I Have a Dream” speech! On August 28, 1963 In Washington, he delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech that ended segregation from colored people and white people. When he was arriving this was called March on Washington. Another achievement Martin made was the Montgomery Bus Boycott. After Rosa Parks was arrested for not giving up her seat, Martin led the Montgomery Bus Boycott. This was to end segregation on the bus. The boycott lasted for 365 days. Finally a United States District Court ended racial segregation on all Montgomery public buses. In 1957, King and other civil rights activists founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). The group was created to harness the moral authority and organizing power of black churches to conduct non-violent protests in the service of civil rights reform. King led the SCLC until his death.
The death of Martin Luther King Jr. was very tragic. On April 4, 1968, King was booked in room 306 at the Lorraine Motel, owned by Walter Bailey, in Memphis Tennessee. At 8:01 p.m. he was shot from the edge of the balcony. Ralph Abernathy, Martin’s close friend and was present at the assassination, heard the shot from inside the motel room. He ran to the balcony to find King on the floor. King was sent to the hospital and died an hour later. The person that shot him was James Earl Ray. I don’t know why he shot him, maybe he didn’t want civil rights for African Americans. Martin Luther King Jr. will be buried in a memorial museum in Atlanta Georgia in honor of him.
Little Pink Doll House
May 12, 2012
I am writing this letter to inform you that I do not like it when you brush my hair. Other little girls brush their doll’s hair, but they do it gently and with care. They also have real doll hair brushes and not human ones.
I know you want me to look nice, but I can be beautiful and not be in pain. I also know you like to brush my hair for fun, but maybe your other doll Mary (who is not as attractive as I am) would like it. It is a well-known fact that if you brush a doll’s hair too much it will fall out, so I recommend that you do not brush mine as much. I also realize that I am your only flawless doll, and I know you want me to stay that way, and as long as you only brush my hair once a day, I will. Once beautiful, always beautiful. That is a good motto, and also true.
I do not enjoy it when you brush my hair. It really does hurt me! How do you feel when your mom brushes your hair and hurts you? Another well-known fact about brushing doll’s hair is that if you buy a real doll’s hair brush your doll will be 97% happier, so maybe you could at least buy me a real doll brush, I would also like to tell you I do not think you are a very nice person anymore. The only way I will forgive you is if you buy me a real doll brush and don’t brush my hair all the time.
If you don’t want to buy me a real doll brush, buy a new doll and brush all her hair out. You could also take a break from making me perfect (because I already am) and work on Mary. I am sure she would love it! Lastly, I would recommend selling me and using that money to buy the new Barbie, the Bride in the big Cinderella dress, or maybe you could just buy me a doll brush!
Thank you for taking the time to read this (hopefully) and I hope you will consider not brushing my hair as much or at least one of my suggestions. Thanks again.
Chester the Sharp Cheddar Cheese
1121 Yum Street,
Cheeseville, CW 307129
January 27, 2072
Dear Mr. Mouse,
I am Chester the Sharp Cheddar Cheese. I am writing this letter to inform you that there is sudden decrease in the population of Cheeseville in the state of Cheese World. We know that you have been eating us but you have crossed the cheese eating limit.
We know there are many ways cheese is important to you. We understand that you need food for your family and that we are irresistible. You have a large family and cheese is your staple food. Cheese also contains the necessary calcium to keep you healthy.
My request to you and your family is to consider trying other food sources and not keep killing us. Did you know we are actually made of 90% fat? We also cause severe heart diseases that can kill you. Mice need vitamins and proteins to survive the freezing, cold winters, and we barely have enough for you to survive the warm and sunny summers.
One of our solutions to you is to start eating grapes. Grapes contain high source of vitamins, they are healthy and good for your body, and also they prevent heart diseases. Another helpful suggestion would be to consider eating nuts. Nuts are also healthy, and they taste much better than us. You will also have a chance to change your diet and will also get something new.
Once again I would like to request you and your families not eat us anymore. I would like to thank you for your valuable time and consideration of our request.
Chester the Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Harry S. Truman
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
August 5, 1945
Dear American Citizens,
As you know I have taken over as president after the tragic death of our beloved Franklin Delano Roosevelt. At this time, a world war has been raging on for over 6 years. Germany has surrendered, although Japan is still going strong. As many of you know, we just took control of Normandy, but Japan is as strong as ever. Sending our troops to invade Japan would be too dangerous, and the loss of life would be heart-breaking.
I have decided to drop the atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima. I have chosen this city because it houses a large amount of military equipment. If the Japanese do not surrender I will be forced to drop another atomic bomb on the city of Nagasaki, which also houses a large amount of equipment. Another reason I have chosen this tactic is because if the Japanese continue to fight their army will be crippled, and easy to defeat. At this time I need all of your trust to be in me.
I know that many of you either think that we should invade Japan, or try to make peace, but this is the only solution to the problem. If we try any other tactics, there will be a great number of fatalities for our country. The first bomb will be dropped tomorrow, August 6, 1945. The plane that will be dropping the bomb is a B-52 Super Fortress named "The Enola Gay". The loss of life for the Japanese people might just be enough to make them surrender. If not we will try again.
Harry S. Truman
Jackie Robinson was a nice and peaceful man. He was a great baseball player. In 1947, he played his first game for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He played baseball, football, swimming, tennis, and he ran tracks. He had good sportsmanship. He was born in Cairo, Georgia. Cario is located in South. Georgia. He was booed at and he also got inappropriate letters. He was kicked by other players with their spiky cleats. He did not appreciate it but he did not want to fight back. He was the first black to play on a major league baseball team. I loved learning about Jackie Robinson.