April 11, 1987
Kristi Ahlstedt, who averaged 23.6 points a game for Oakmont High School in Roseville, Calif., signed a national letter of intent to attend UC Irvine on a basketball scholarship, UCI announced Friday. Ahlstedt, a 5-foot 6-inch guard, was voted the most valuable player of the Sierra Foothill League and was also being recruited by Air Force and San Jose State.
June 18, 1988 |
"A Father's Homecoming," airing Sunday at 9 p.m. (Channels 4, 36 and 39), was directed by Rick Wallace, who has "Hill Street Blues" and "L.A. Law" to his credit, and was written by the "American Graffiti" team of Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck. Which just goes to prove that nobody's perfect. Written in the dramedy vein--thoughtful and tragic, but full of yuks--the film features Michael McKean as a former child of the '60s who becomes headmaster of a ritzy prep school.
September 28, 2008
"The Midnight Fox" Betsy Byars This book is about a boy named Tom, but his mother calls him Tommy. One day, Tom's mother told him that he had to go stay at his aunt's farm for two months. He did not want to go since he was a city boy. On the farm, he saw baby lambs, dogs, and chickens. Sadly, Tom was very lonely, until he had a dream about the midnight fox. To his surprise, he meets the midnight fox. She had shiny black fur, brown eyes and white paws.
December 9, 2007
"Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Reader" Tracey West Jaden has to duel for his helper in the shadow realm, so he can become the next king of games. When Jaden is slammed by a card, it comes in front of him and he almost dies. When that happened, I felt like I was going to jump in the book and help Jaden become the king of games. I think the author wrote this book to teach kids how to play better.
October 19, 2008
"If You Give a Moose a Muffin" Laura Joffe Numeroff One day, a moose showed up in front of a boy's house. The boy gave the moose a muffin and the moose wanted more. First, the moose wanted jam with his muffin. When he finished the muffin, he wanted more again and again. When all the muffins were gone, the moose wanted the boy to make more. The boy was all out of muffin mix, so he and the moose went to the store. It was chilly outside, so the moose asked for a sweater.
December 30, 2007
"Magyk" Angie Sage Silas Heap is a seventh son. He rescues a half-frozen baby girl in the forest on the same night as his son, the seventh son of a seventh son, Septimus Heap, is born. Baby Septimus is destined for greatness, for the seventh sons of seventh sons always have great Magykcal powers. But he is pronounced dead by the midwife, who quickly carries him away. The Heaps care for the baby girl, Jenna, as if she were their own child.