"I love just about anything written by Kurt Vonnegut because he deals with serious and sad themes in a humorous way. His writing style is simple to understand and very entertaining. His storylines are unique and fantastical. If you’re looking for a book that will make you laugh, cry, and think, then check out Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut!”
Friday, November 17th, AISA held a Sadie Hawkins Dance where the girls had the exclusive chance to ask boys to the dance. The theme was "Havana". There was a lot of fun with dancing, socializing, and enjoying food.
There are so many positive lessons I've from this book. I’ve learned that resiliency is a necessary in order to succeed in life. Another lesson is that anyone can change if they really want to, no matter what they've done. Lastly, I've learned that it is important to fight for equality, respect, and your beliefs.
The MS boys soccer team traveled to Lagos last weekend to participate in the WAISAL tournament. After an exhilarating shoot-out against ICSA, our athletes brought home the third place trophy; their only losses for the weekend against the first and second place teams. Way to go, Crocs!!
This weekend the American International School of Abuja hosted and competed in a tournament for schools located in the FCT. Our girls team won first place with a rough first match which they lost, but ultimately bounced back and performed well all the way into the final where they won 2-1 with a great free kick from Daisy Nielsen. Our boys team made it into the quarter finals and lost after 9 rounds of penalties to the French team who ultimately took 2nd place.
Where Are the Children? is an excellent mystery book full of suspense. After Nancy Harmon was accused of murdering her two young children many years ago, she had to escape her old life. Now she has a new name, a second husband, and two more children. But her nightmare begins again when one day her younger son and daughter disappear and all that is left of them is a red mitten.