Oh, the Places You'll Go!

By Shayne Arrington

In "Oh, the Places You'll go", the character decides to go everywhere he can and see everything he can. But along the way, he keeps experiencing several strange incidents, some fun and delightful, but the good experiences are always turned into bad ones. There are several times that the character could stop, but he doesn't because he wants to persevere and he completes his journey.

One of the hidden implications of this book is that no matter what happens, you have to keep trying. The the book it says "And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! "98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed". Throughout the book, the character always keeps on going no matter what. The author wrote this book to encourage us to keep trying at whatever we do. In the book it says" You can steer yourself any direction you choose." which I interpret to mean that you have the ability to go and achieve your dreams.

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2 years ago
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I love the implication about always trying. Never give up.

2 years ago
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I agree with your second implication. I thought the same thing when I read it not to long ago.

2 years ago
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It was great, I hope I get this book when I graduate from high school. lol

2 years ago
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I agree with you shayne when you said keep trying and never stop achieving what you want to do

2 years ago
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I agree with both of the implications you had especially the one about never giving up. Good Job

2 years ago
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I agree with your second one about how we have the ability to achieve our dreams because we can that is totally true

2 years ago
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I agree with the implication of never giving up and striving to succeed

2 years ago
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I agree with your implications and I enjoyed the pictures very much.

2 years ago
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I agree with both of the implications especially the one about never giving up.

2 years ago
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I feel that both of your implications were very thought out, but needed just a bit more detail.