The Quest for the Diamond Sword by Winter Morgan
Far from his home, with night about to set in, Steve fears for his life. Nighttime is when users are most vulnerable in Minecraft. As he looks for shelter in a temple, he meets a trio of treasure hunters, Max, Lucy, and Henry, who are trying to unearth the treasure under the temple. Steve tells them of his master plan to mine for the most powerful mineral in the Overworld—the diamond. The treasure hunters are eager to join him. Facing treacherous mining conditions, a thunderstorm, and attacks from hostile mobs, these four friends question if it’s better to be a single player than a multiplayer, as they try to watch out for each other and chase Steve’s dream at the same time.
Will Steve find the diamonds? Will his friends help or hinder the search? Should he trust his new treasure hunter friends? And will Steve get back in time to save the villagers?
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Rich Dad Poor Dad - Chapter 3 - How to Mind Your Own Business
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These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. What literary techniques does the author use to inspire the reader to identify with the narrator? The author uses physical descriptive language, particularly adjectives, to describe how he felt as a child. He describes the heat, the lack of air conditioning in 's Hawaii, and the way the dust blew into the door of the Superette and had to be swept out. The first-person singular narrator helps give these descriptions realism, and they allow the narrator to share his thoughts, emotions, and reactions with the reader. The author keeps his vocabulary simple. When describing things that happened to him when he was young, he uses short, easy to understand words that a child might use.
In flight school, my first instructors taught me the basics of flying. The next level of instructors taught me advanced flying, which allowed me to graduate from flight school. My next instructors were combat pilots. Each set of instructors were instructing on a completely different level of fundamentals and skills. The progression was intended to prepare me for the real world of war.
Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter, has reportedly sold more than 32 million copies in 40 languages across 40 countries since it was published in The "rich dad" is Kiyosaki's biological father, a highly educated college professor. The "poor dad" is Kiyosaki's best friend's father, a wealthy entrepreneur who owns dozens of businesses. Both dads offer conflicting advice on money. He believes that the most important things you can do to financially survive or accumulate wealth is to read and learn from successful people. Many people think this mentality can trap a person into working a job they don't love, but is willing to stick with because they have to pay the bills.