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In order to properly cite your sources when writing a research paper, it is important to include a section at the end of the paper (usually called a "Bibliography") that provides detailed information on each of the sources. If you've ever written a research paper for school, chances are that you've had to include a bibliography section that lists all of the sources that you used in researching your topic.
During the process of researching and editing your paper, it is critical that you keep track of every source you use. Once you've finished researching and writing your paper, you can begin to start putting together the bibliography. While the method described above is a general guide for how to write a bibliography, there are other bibliography formats that you may be asked to use - depending on the type of paper you are writing and the format you are asked to write it in.
Please remember that using others' images on the web without their permission is not very nice. As you may know already, this book is part of a growing series, at the moment there are 4 books but I am sure that there are more on the way. You may or may not have heard of the hay festival, it is an international literature festival. Blurb: When Searon loses everything he once holds dear, he begins a quest for revenge, leaving behind everything except his Crimson Claymore. Before I say anything else, I would like to apologise to Craig if he is reading this, that it took me so long to read and write a review of it, well first thing is, it took 2 weeks to come from America and then it took me a while to read it, so I am very sorry, but now onto the review.
This entry was posted in Creepy, Horror, Sad books and tagged horror novel, horror novels, penguin classics, scary books, the withered arm, Thomas Hardy on May 10, 2016 by Lara Whitfield.
The Harry Potter series is one of the most highly praised book series on our planet, and this is definitely one of my favourite book series. I will give each of the books a score out of 10, and then add them up to reveal the grand total out of 70 for the series.
Which gives the series a grand total of 67 out of 70, which in my opinion is a very high scoring series.
I hope you enjoyed this blog post, please tell which book was your favourite and why because I would love to know because I am a nosy person!
This book is by far the weirdest book I have ever read, and if you thought that Frances Hardinge wrote weird books, then think again! The first book is where you first meet Percy and find out that he is Demigod of one of the THREE (you must read the book to understand this). This series is all about Greek Mythology that still exsists, for example, the gods, monsters and strange creatures that could be classed as monsters.
I would never have read this book if we hadn’t read it in our english class, but I am so glad that we did read it. During extreme initiation tests, Tris must determine who her friends are and whether she can trust the man who both threatens and protects her. I knew about the film and my friends had all read it and were begging me to read it, so I did. After a harrowing tour in Afghanistan, Dr Watson returns to London to convalesce at 221B Baker Street, home to the enigmatic Sherlock Holmes.
Price: The complete Sherlock Holmes is available on the kindle for free, and so is this book.
Blurb:  Joshua’s life is on the line, as he attempts to navigate through the magical world of Forestium to find the truth about his father. I was super excited to review this book because it was a new experience for me to be contacted by an author and given an ARC (advanced reading copy) and I really wanted this book to be good, and it sure was. The book is about a 17-year-old boy called Joshua, who refuses to believe that his father is dead and goes off to search for him with his best friend Andrew and an Imp named Galleon. Alfie and his fisherman father find a girl on an uninhabited island in the Scillies – injured, thirsty, lost… and with absolutely no memory of who she is, or how she came to be there. Only one thing is for sure: she loves music and moonlight, and it is when she listens to the gramophone that the glimmers of the girl she once was begin to appear.
WW1 is raging, suspicion and fear are growing, and Alfie and Lucy are ever more under threat. I read this book back in 2015 just before the hay festival, and had completely forgotten about up until now when I was sorting out my room and found the book.
This entry was posted in Adventure, Fantasy and tagged magnus chase, magnus chase review, percy jackson, Rick Riordan, rick riordan books on February 13, 2016 by Lara Whitfield.
Blurb: When Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong set up their very own secret detective agency at Deepdean School for Girls, they struggle to find any truly exciting mysteries to investigate. The book is about a girl who is found floating around the ocean in a cello case after a ship has sunk, her mother was on that ship and drowned.
This book was a present from my best friend for Christmas, and it is by far the best book I have read this year, and it is definitely better than any of the books i read last year. This entry was posted in Adventure and tagged adventure books, great books for 11+, katherine rundell, rooftoppers review on January 25, 2016 by Lara Whitfield. I know this isn’t a teen book, but i wanted to review it because it is such a lovely story.
This entry was posted in Easy reads and tagged Coralie Bickfrod-Smith, hand illustrated novels, sweet stories, the fox and the star, waterstones book of the year 2015 on January 23, 2016 by Lara Whitfield.
Under the alias Girl Online, Penny blogs her hidden feelings about friendship, boys, high school drama, her crazy family, and the panic attacks that have begun to take over her life. I am sure most of you guys who have read this book have only picked it up because it was written by Zoella, come on, it’s true isn’t it?! This entry was posted in Books i didn't enjoy, Romance and tagged books i didn't enjoy, girl online, zoe sugg, Zoella, zoella books on January 21, 2016 by Lara Whitfield.
This entry was posted in Easy reads, Graphic Novels and tagged charlie brown, snoopy on December 24, 2015 by Lara Whitfield. Accompanied by her trusty companion, Skye, a three-legged husky, the dog she’s always wanted. When Eragon finds a polished stone in the forest, he thinks it is the lucky discovery of a poor farm boy; perhaps it will buy his family meat for the winter.
Overnight his simple life is shattered and he is thrust into a perilous new world of destiny, magic and power. In my opinion this is a fantasy novel like no other, it is one of my favourite fantasy novels by far. Count Dracula’s castle is a hellish world where night is day, pleasure is pain and the blood of the innocent is prized above all. This entry was posted in Horror, Romance and tagged bram stoker, draula, horror fiction, horror novels, old classics, vampire novels on December 22, 2015 by Lara Whitfield.


While it may not be the most exciting part of writing your paper, it is still one of the most important. While you may not end up using every source in your paper, if you write down detailed bibliographic information on each source, you'll save yourself the time and hassle of having to go back and find that information. As we've discussed above, the bibliography is basically a list of all of the sources that you've used in writing your paper.
Besides letting your reader know what sources you used to write your paper, it can also help protect you against charges of plagiarism and intellectual theft. Anyway, there is a hay festival in Hay-On-Wye, Wales, and I am going to the festival this year. He runs into something he doesn’t expect…a sarcastic wizard, who won’t leave him alone unless he forms an army, an army that could fulfill his revenge, and save all of humanity in Calthoria. There is a lot of detail crammed into this book which I like because you get a bigger picture of what’s going on.
Farmers homeward-bound from the former market-town, who trot all the rest of the way, walk their horses up this short incline.
The book is creepy and weird, but not so much scary (I don’t know if I was meant to find it scary, so watch out) yet it still comes into the horror category.
I came across this book because of my best friend, she was talking non stop about it and then she lent it to me to read.
My favourite book by far was the third book, Percy Jackson and The Titans Curse, this book is where you meet one of my favourite characters, Nico Di Angelo, who you then get to know even better in the Heroes of Olympus series which is set after the Percy Jackson series.
He then gets whisked off on a quest and things go wrong because Percy is the worlds biggest idiot. This series will make you cry with all the sacrifices that are made and will make you laugh at the ridiculous chapter names. I thought this would be a good book to review as it is now the Easter holidays and som people need a good book to read over the holidays. Their lives are irrevocably thrown together by news that a man has been found dead in a grimy ‘ill-omened’ house, with the word ‘rache’ – German for revenge – written in blood on the wall. It is quite long and hard going because it was written a while ago, but I thought it was amazing. He and his companions will need to use all their cunning to stay alive and avoid the dark forces of the Goat. This book is going to be published in February or March and will probably be available on amazon. Is she a mermaid, the victim of a German U-boat, or even – as some islanders suggest – a German spy…?
I loved this book, it was so touching and what I liked the most was there were characters in this book with whom i could relate to. She assumes it was a terrible accident – but when she and Daisy return five minutes later, the body has disappeared. It’s a really enjoyable book and you seem to build a close relationship with the characters in the book.
Found floating in a cello case and swaddled in a Beethoven score, she is the only recorded female survivor of a shipwreck on the English Channel. Well, it has a very original story line and Katherine Rundell has a way with words that make fall head over heels in love with the characters.
For as long Fox could remember, his only friend had been Star, who lit the forest paths for Fox each night.
When things go from bad to worse, her family whisks her away to New York, where she meets Noah, a gorgeous, guitar-strumming American. With cute illustrations and with the Charlie Brown movie coming out soon, it might be a good idea to grab a copy and give it a go. It’s a lovely little book and it takes me about 20 minutes or less for me to read it. But when the stone brings a dragon hatchling, Eragon soon realizes he has stumbled upon a legacy nearly as old as the Empire itself. With only an ancient sword and the advice of an old storyteller for guidance, Eragon and the fledgling dragon must navigate the dangerous terrain and dark enemies of an Empire ruled by a king whose evil knows no bounds. There are 3 other books in this series and Eragon is the name of the first, book number 2 is Eldest, Brisingr and last but not least Inheritance.
Young Jonathan Harker is begged by locals not to go there – but business must be done.
His beloved wife, Mina, and other souls have fallen under the Count’s horrifying spell. This book is an old classic, published in 1887 which makes older than any of the other books that I have posted or talked about on this website.
Besides the quality and strength of your own original ideas, teachers and professors will often look at how well you incorporate outside research into your arguments and how accurately you document those sources. Before you begin working on your bibliography, it is important to first check with your teacher or professor to find out what bibliography format they want you to use.
Anyway, this book is slightly different to the others as the murder happens not as close to the start of the book as the others do, also there are more characters with interesting personalities. I went last year and there was a great line up, I went to see Chris Riddell, author of Goth Girl and Otteline, Neil Gaiman, author of Coraline, Stardust…. The next evening, while the sun was yet bright, a handsome new gig, with a lemon-coloured body and red wheels, was spinning westward along the level highway at the heels of a powerful mare. The other good bit of the book was that you get to meet Luna Lovegood who is one of my favourite characters as she is just so odd but doesn’t seem to be aware of it which I think is rather funny.
This book is about time travel and strangeness, this is a very weird book but boy will you enjoy it. I would say this book is suitable for both genders, maybe boys more than girls, and I give 9 out of 10 stars, so give it a read if you aren’ t too busy. This book is a bit like the hunger games with the book mostly based on war, fighting and love. I love the way it is written and thought that it was a clever way to write a novel from death’s point of view. This grisly discovery is complicated further by the look of utter horror on the victim’s face, and the complete absence of any wounds on the body or sign of a struggle. Will he find the magical orbs and open the Portallas, a magical gateway to other worlds, before he’s killed? After I have read it, I will write a review and by then, the book should be out for everyone to read. Apparently, if I can’t find the sword my father lost two thousand years ago, there will be doom.


This book is about a boy who is a son of a norse god, and then dies, and then a load of other stuff happens which I will let you find out for yourselves.
It’s hand illustrated with beautiful pictures on every page, it also won the waterstones book of the year award 2015.
If you're having trouble figuring out how to properly write a bibliography, just follow the simple steps in this guide. When the door is broken down, a passenger is found murdered, her stunning ruby necklace gone. The book was well written and I enjoyed reading it, the only thing I would say is WHERE DID STARLYN GO???? The driver was a yeoman in the prime of life, cleanly shaven like an actor, his face being toned to that bluish-vermilion hue which so often graces a thriving farmer’s features when returning home after successful dealings in the town.
I got this book for my birthday and it took me about 45 mins to read it, it is very short and definetly worth reading.
I don’t actually like the front cover as in my opinion, it doesnt look like the main character and that annoyed me a bit, but otherwise, this is one of the best fantasy books I have read this year! There are films for the first 2 books, but don’t watch them as they are worse than having to watch Brian Cox (annoying astronomist) on the television. This is her story and the story of the inhabitants of her street when the bombs begin to fall.
Other people say that it was ghostwritten – basically it means that Zoella came up with the idea and everything, but someone was there perfecting it and making sure it was perfect before it was published. This is one of many similar snoopy books, so don’t try to find this specific one, just type in snoopy graphic novels on Ebay and many different books will come up, and all are just as enjoyable. I give this 10 out of a possible 10 stars and aim it more at boys than girls, but I enjoyed it so, anyone can read it but I think it suits boys more than girls. Alex, Mrs Vitellius and as usual Hazel and Daisy were my favourite characters and i thought that the book was even more intriguing  because of the double mystery in the novel (you have to read it to find out). This year there isn’t as good a line up, but I am going up on the Thursday (2nd of June) with my best friend and my mum. As our story opens, a horrific family tragedy sets sixteen-year-old Jacob journeying to a remote island off the coast of Wales, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Soon she’s caught up in a dangerous mystery with a gorgeous boy and a secret society determined to change the past. I love how it is written, I  have a soft spot for books that have been written in first person (not sure why??).
It is  a very sad book about suffering, so if you like funny happy books, don’t read this.
I reckon people who have read Eragon will enjoy this book so if you have read it, I would recommend giving this a shot. If you have read this book, please contact me in the comments and tell me what you thought. I guarantee you will love this book, and I just really hope you will enjoy and read this book. What’s the truth about Tariq, the silent Indian boy who lives with the flamboyant Mukthars? Please do have a read of this book as I would love to hear your opinion on the book, and I will make sure to get a copy and finish the book, and hopefully the series.
Please tell your parents you are reading this because it is a scary novel, also I would suggest that you are a confident reader to read this book as some of the words and language they use is hard to understand in some places. Daisy and Hazel are faced with their first ever locked-room mystery – and with competition from several other sleuths, who are just as determined to crack the case.
I would recommend this to girls more than boys but that doesn’t mean you can’t read it and I give it 10 out of 10 stars, enjoy!!!
Weare going to see Frances Hardinge, author of Cuckoo song (check out my review for it) and the lie tree. I know that this is book 1 of hopefully a series, and I am looking forward to the next book. Hence the title, it’s about a woman with a withered arm and lots of odd things happen along the way. This book is about a boy who meets a load of children who have strange abilities, and then becomes friends with them. I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good book, and I am aware of their being a film that I must see. The only fault I have with this book is the title, it gives away the gender of the murderer and towards the end, because if the title, it is rather obvious who murdered Miss Bell.
This book is absolutely amazing and I highly reccommmend it to anyone who is into short but intruiging stories. There is a film being made about this book, so read the book before you see the film because the film looks amazing! This book is for both genders but maybe more girls than boys because of the main character being a girl. There is a part after they solve the murder, where i thought the book was going off on a tangent. If you loved this book, there is a second one coming out which i am super excited about called Magnus Chase and The Hammer of Thor.
This book will completely change your perspective of Vampires as Bram Stoker was the man who invented the vampires and the thing about garlic, teaks, crucifixes, etc. There is some swearing in the book which I highly doubt will be in the film, but you never know.
Also, if you are a massive Rick Riordan fan (like me) thee is a book about Apollo coming out in summer called The Hidden Oracle. Who ever wins the YA shortlist award, I will buy the book and write a review on it for you. This book is for both genders and there are some very soppy moments and awfully sad and depressing moments where you want to scream out and want the torture to stop. This is an amazing book and I highly suggest that you read this book about a double murder, a weird heart disease and a young girl. I will write another blog post after I get back from Hay, tell me in the comments if you are going!!!!! I can’t wait to read the other two, please give this book a go if you like weirdness and horror.



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