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Laila
12/6/12-12/17/12

All About Charlotte!

Charlotte’s wise because she figures out a way to save Wilbur’s life. She is friendly because she has a lot of friends and never ever loses them. She does not even lose one once a day! Charlotte is generous because she cares about everybody way more than herself. She is kind because she always talks to everyone in a really kind way. She is respectful because she always looks out for everybody. If I was Charlotte I would be happy because I would have a lot of friends and I would never lose them. I like Charlotte because she is wise all the time and I am wise all the time also. Another way I like Charlotte is that she never gets dirty and I never get dirty either. I like Charlotte because she always helps out and by helping out she does everybody a big faver. I would like being Charlotte I would have a lot of friends. I bet it would be really
Fun being a spider because I would be able to climb really high. Another reason is I would be able to go into lots of little craks. By the way, Charlotte’s a spider. In Charlotte’s web, she writes words in her web to describe Wilbur the pig.


By: Laila Loiselle
Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15th, 1929, and died April 4th, 1964, and was only 39 when he died. Martin Luther King played with his friends and sang. He had a dream. He had a dream that there would be peace, and there would be no more violence and that the color of someone’s skin would NOT matter. Martin Luther king Jr. attended Booker T. Washington high school in Atlanta. He felt that African Americans should sit were they wanted to and could do anything that the white people do. Martin Luther King Jr. wanted to be a minister. Martin Luther King Jr. soon could not play with his friends and asked his mom why the color of their skin made a difference. His mom said that lots of years before he was born, blacks didn’t have the same rights as whites do. When he was young, he wanted to be a minister at his dad’s church. And they could sit wherever they wanted to and they didn’t have to move when someone told them to.
So he just stood around and helped and assisted his dad when he needed Martin to. He finally became a minister and enjoyed it while he could.

They decided to have a boycott. It went on for over a year. And soon they could ride on the bus and sit were they wanted to. It was fair and when blacks have a lot of groceries, they didn’t have to go to the back of the bus.

They liked it and it still goes on from then and now. As a matter of fact, it might go on forever. So then and now, blacks have the same rights as whites do. So they can sit wherever they want at restaurants, and can go to the same restrooms as whites do. Martin was doing a great job at being a minister. He led very many marches, and he led one in Washington D.C. In high school and college he made speeches. On April 4th, 1964, a white man was hiding nearby Martin. He had a pistol, an hour later he was dead. Over a million people followed him to the grave. Especially his family and ancestors and relatives.