Happy Birthday, Dr. Suess!

Hey, Dr. Seuss!

Don’t kiss a moose!

But most importantly,

Never trust a goose!

Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss!



Congratulations, me!

On Sunday March 5, 2017, you surpassed your previous record of most likes in one day for your posts on A Bookworm blog.. That’s pretty awesome, well done!
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The Hobbit ~ The book was better.

Hey guys, I just wanted to talk to you about the hobbit. You know I finished the book already a couple of weeks ago, (Scroll down, or click the link above) and I have also finished watching all the movies, and I have come to a decision:

I though the book was better than the movies.

I mean, the movies were Amazing and all, but I don’t know. Of all the Tolkien movies, I thought the Lord of the rings trilogy was better. But I don’t know about the books, because I haven’t finished the trilogy, I’m actually still on the fellowship of the ring.

Okay, what were we talking about? Oh yeah, The hobbit.

Maybe because the movies used a lot of CGI (Computer graphics imagery), or maybe it was Fili, Kili, and Thorin Oakenshield all dying at the hands of the Orcs,

In the Battle of the five armies, I don’t know. And I know Fili, Kili, and Thorin Oakenshield all died in the book two, but it never tells us how they die, and we never saw them die.

I hoped you liked this post, if you want to check out my review on the hobbit, click on the link above (the link will be highlighted yellow), tell me what you think about the book, and the movies; which one do you like better? The book, or the movies?

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My bookshelf.

This is a picture of my bookshelf:


How many books do I own? I have no idea. In fact, I have so many books, they can’t all fit in my bookshelf, that’s for sure.

Right now, I’m going to tell you all the books on my bookshelf. Okay, here we go:

  • Land of stories: Beyond the kingdoms
  • Land of stories: A Grimm warning
  • Land of stories: An author’s Odyssey (these books are soon going to be off my bookshelf soon, I’m afraid).
  • King Arthur and his noble knights
  • The tyrannosaur chronicles
  • The secret science alliance
  • Frank Einstein and the antimatter motor
  • Robinson Crusoe
  • I, robot
  • Chronicles of Narnia: the magicians nephew
  • Chronicles of Narnia: the lion, witch, and the wardrobe
  • Chronicles of Narnia: the horse and his boy
  • Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
  • Chronicles of Narnia: the voyage of the dawn treasure
  • Chronicles of Narnia: the silver chair
  • Chronicles of Narnia: the last battle
  • The adventures of Pinocchio
  • The call of the wild
  • Black beauty
  • The time machine
  • The hobbit
  • Lord of the rings: the fellowship of the ring
  • Lord of the rings: the two towers
  • Lord of the rings: the return of the king
  • Pirates: the complete history from 1300 BC to the present day
  • What if?
  • God’s word for boys
  • Pocket guide to the birds of North America
  • The adventures of Tom Sawyer
  • Phineas L. Macguire… Erupts!
  • Phineas L. Macguire… gets slimmed!
  • Phineas L. Macguire… blasts off!
  • Phineas L. Macguire… gets cooking!
  • Relativity: the special and general theory
  • Fly guy presents: Space
  • Alice’s adventures in wonderland
  • The wonderful wizard of oz
  • Moby duck
  • The best dictionary for kids
  • The guardians: Toothiana: a battle is waged
  • 1000 facts on science and technology
  • Who was Steve jobs?
  • Who was Albert Einstein?
  • I am Albert Einstein
  • Who was Rosa parks?
  • Myths busted! 2
  • Mr. President
  • Who was King tut?
  • The chronicles of Narnia
  • The empowers of Chocolate
  • The book of totally irresponsible science
  • Bible freaks and geeks
  • Creepy creatures and blizzard beasts from the bible
  • Bible heroes and bad guys
  • Bible wars and weapons
  • Big bad bible giants
  • Charlie and the chocolate factory
  • The homework machine
  • I am George Lucas
  • Fun facts about the bible you never knew
  • Who was Babe Ruth?
  • Horrible Harry in Room 2b
  • Who was Christopher Columbus?
  • Who was Robert Ripley?
  • Scare scape
  • The secret of Hermit’s peak
  • The elements
  • Night watch
  • Beast world
  • Everything you need to know about snakes
  • An illustrated guide to Mythical creatures
  • Ultimate reptilepedia
  • Believe it or not! Special edition 2016
  • Astronomy
  • KnightWorld
  • Superheroes of history
  • America in the time of sitting bull
  • Colonists and independence
  • The klutz book of inventions
  • 2014 Walt Disney world for kids
  • Mythical monsters
  • American inventors
  • The lost journal of Indiana Jones
  • On a beam of light
  • FamilyBIBLElibray: God’s new creations
  • FamilyBIBLElibray: Heroes of Long ago
  • Cottonmouth and the river
  • Return of the homework machine
  • Who was Milton Hershey
  • Jackie and me
  • Babe and me
  • Mickey and me
  • Who was John F. Kennedy?
  • Collectors junior classics: legends of Long ago
  • Collectors junior classics: a b c go!
  • Collectors junior classics: harvest of holidays
  • Collectors junior classics: in your own backyard
  • Collectors junior classics: just around the corner
  • Collectors junior classics: magic in the air
  • Collectors junior classics: once upon a time
  • Collectors junior classics: roads to richness
  • Collectors junior classics: call of adventure
  • Collectors junior classics: gifts from the past
  • How to be a genius
  • The ultimate guide to your microscope
  • Be a super test-taker!
  • Inventors and inventions
  • 50 fun experiments for the mad scientist in you
  • Five minute bible devotions for children (new testament)
  • Five minute bible devotions for children (old testament)
  • Chess for children
  • How to beat your dad at chess.

If you like one of these books, the finding them on the internet, and if you buy it, comment down below which one you got.

The Hobbit by: J. R. R. Tolkien

images-61This may seem like did that I finished the hobbit, yet I finished I, robot a couple of days ago, but I have a lot of unfinished books. You see a book, you read it, you see another book, you leave the unfinished book for the other book, and so on. Anyway, the comments.


(I’m sorry, I couldn’t find any comments on my book. If I find some comments for this book, I will comment down below.)

What the books about:

When Thorin Oakenshield and his band of dwarves embark upon a dangerous quest to reclaim the hoard of gold stolen from them by the evil dragon Smaug, Gandalf the wizard suggests an unlikely accomplice: Bilbo Baggins, an unassuming Hobbit dwelling in peaceful Hobbiton.

along the way, the company faces trolls, goblins, giant spiders, and worse. But as they journey from the wonders of Rivendell to the terrors of Mirkwood and beyond, Bilbo will find that there is more to him than anyone–himself included–ever dreamed. Unexpected qualities of courage band cunning, and a love of adventure, propel Bilbo toward his great destiny…  a destiny that waits in the dark caverns beneath the Misty Mountains, where a twisted creature known as Gollum jealousy guards precious magic ring.

What I think about it:

One day, Since I had been very good at a place, just sitting down and reading Percy Jackson: sea of monsters ( which is a really goo book, by the way), my parents said they would buy anything about $15.00 or under. At the time I been wanting to watch the Lord of the rings trilogy, and I’ve also been wanting to read the books too, so I chose a Lord of the rings/the hobbit boxed set. It was over $15.00, like About $18.00, but my parents got it for me anyway for me, because they love me. On the day it came, I finished Percy Jackson book: Sea of Monsters (which, by the way, was a really good book), and walked out dog for the first time (wasn’t a good one). I began with the hobbit, but after a couple of chapters, I got kind of bored, and decided to read the fellowship of the ring. To tell the truth, the Lord of the rings trilogy was what I actually wanted to read. But then I went back to the hobbit, and weeks later, I went back to fellowship of the ring, but then after a couple of Pages, I went back to the hobbit, and then I finished it. I thought it was one of the best fantasy books I’ve ever read, and I read a lot of fantasy books. I liked how J. R. R. Tolkien have The Dwarves very cheerful personalities, but can also be very angry, greedy, and stern. I found it interesting how Tolkien made Smaug the Dragon so cunning, yet so malicious. Malicious means evil and mean, right? I don’t have my dictionary with me right now. And on my birthday I had an idea: C. S. Lewis and Tolkien were friends, and Lewis based his stories on the bible. Did J. R. R. Tolkien do the same thing, or did he just write a story to entertain, and not teach us a lesson from the bible? If he did, I don’t understand books #1 or 2, but sometimes I feel like book #3 is based on revelation. You know, if you destroy the ring, evil will be no more in middle-earth–when Satan is defeated, evil will be no more. You get the Idea, right? Well, thank you for reading my post, please feel free to like it, comment, maybe even follow my website. Good bye.


I, Robot by: Isaac Asimov

download-4I know I should of made this post a long time ago, but I was really busy. Okay, I, robot, by Isaac Asimov. Let’s start it with 3 comments:


The extraordinary and grand concept which forms the basis of Asimov’s truthfulness what drew me to science fiction originally.

-Brian W. Aldiss

With the Robot stories and the foundation stories, [Asimov] helped to shape Science fiction as we know it.

-Jack Williamson

quite simply, Asimov got me started.

-Liz Williams

What it’s about:

they mustn’t harm a human being, they must obey human orders, and they must protect their own existence… but only if doing so doesn’t violate rules 1 and 2. With these 3 laws of robotics, humanity embarks on perhaps its greatest adventure: the invention of the first positioning man.

Isaac Asimov’s, I, Robot launches readers on an adventure into a not-so-far-distant future where man and machine struggle to redefine life, love, and consciousness itself. For the scientists who invented the earliest weren’t content that their creations should remain programmed helpers, companions, and semisentient worker-machines. And soon the robots themselves, aware of their own intelligence, power, and humanity, aren’t satisfied either. Now human men and women find themselves confronting telepathic robots, robot politicians, robots gone mad, and vast robotic intelligences that may already secretly control the world in the next great evolutionary struggle for survival. And now both man and robot are asking the same questions: What is human? And what is human obsolete?

What I think:

I first heard about the book in the first book in the series Frank Einstein. I thought it sounded like a really cool book, so I decided to get the book. Years later, I still didn’t get the book. I actually forgot about the book a little bit. Then last year, I finally got the book, after all these years, and I loved the book once I got it. My favorite characters were Greg powell and Mike Donavan. Thinking of the characters in the book with no pictures was hard. So I brought my tech life into my book life. I pictured Greg and Mike as Rhett and Link from good mythical morning, Susan calving as claire from Jurassic world, Berkeley and another character as Stan Lee etc. And for the robots, I just thought them as droids from star wars. This is one of the few science fiction books That I have ever read, and it’s probably the best one I ever read.