All with their personal gain is put first without a thought for others.Anyways let’s start from the beginning, I started my educational career in 1997 at welbourne primary school/ boy was it fun it had everything a kid could ever imagine, a massive sand box, shiny new tricycles, super fast scooters and loads and loads of coloured paint.In 1976 she received an award for her work as executive producer of an Emmy Award winning television special.
It gives an elaborate information regarding the birthplace, educational background, work, relationships and demise of the person concerned.
It presents the subject’s intimate details about life, focusing on the highs and lows and analysing their whole personality.
Both of these two presents the view of, what happened in the past where the author lived.
These are non-fiction books, written in chronological order, tells a story about the person who made a significant contribution in a specific field.
I had achieved level five in English, five in science and four in mathematics.
Anyways when I first started the school was the chitter chatter of other pupils and the smell of school dinners was as always putrid.
An autobiography presents the narrator’s character sketch, the place where he is born and brought up, his education, work, life experiences, challenges, and achievements. Examples of some famous biographies are- Tolstoy: A Russian Life by Rosamund Bartlett, His Excellency: George Washington by Joseph J.
This may include events and stories of his childhood, teenage, and adulthood. Ellis, Einstein: The Life and Times by Ronald William Clark, Biography of Walt Disney: The Inspirational Life Story of Walt Disney – The Man Behind “Disneyland” by Steve Walters, Princess Diana- A Biography Of The Princess Of Wales by Drew L.
I had already made some new friends but I had also made enemies.
Me and my new friends played some football together and it was awesome they were unstoppable (I was unstoppable as well) and right there I knew I made friends for life One of my best friends was a boy called Hanad he was a tall and muscular, he had fair skin like caramel but was as tough as a nut.