Thursday, October 27, 2011
George Orwell started writing at a young age because he was "lonely" and never fit in at school. He often made up stories and held conversations with imaginary "friends". He states that he knew he had a way with words and power of facing unpleasant facts, and he felt that it created a private world for himself. George wrote his very first poem at about age six. Basically George would write to express himself and to escape from the feelings and emotion of the outside world.
I choose to read this book because of the title, and what i read on the back of the book. This book really got me going because it is about a girl who ended up in foster care at just three years old, and went threw a lot of neglect and abuse by many foster moms. She lived in fourteen different foster homes by the time she finally got adopted. The three little words, is not only the title of this book, but its three words that the author says and i really wanted to know what those words were. I would really recommend this book to anyone of any age. It is a one of a kind of book that really makes us appreciate our family, and parents and what we have around us.