Henry Builds a Cabin

Henry Builds a Cabin

by D.B. Johnson
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Henry Builds a Cabin 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Definitions: <br> Godmodding: you are unatural and heal very fast. You do more than three attacks per post. You ignore people. <br> Overpowerful: you can come and get away in one post. You can kill in one post. You are perfect in every way with no weaknesses. <br> Powerplaying: you cannot be nocked off and you can dodge even posts with nn. <br> Tattletelling: saying someone did something and counting it as GM, OP, or PP just because you dont like them. <p> Rules: <br> No godmodding (gm), overpowerful (op), powerplaying (pp), or tattletelling (tt). If you see someone doing that, make a post called "REPORT: (name of character) GM/OP/PP/TT; (inside the post) (what the player did)" and i (the manager) will come and give players an ok to ignore them, just remember that ignoring without an ok counts as GM, and allows others to report YOU. If i dont give an ok, <p> School info: im not gonna be any of the teachers or students. Infact, im just the rp manager. I am not gonna rp in it at all. Im gonna post what the places look like. You have to play a teacher if there are no teachers. Choose your schedule (middleschool): homeroom 12, math room 16, reading/writing room 27 (ugh.... ive been doing this for an hour i will continue it at 'great rp' all res.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a terrific series of books. The illustrations are terrific, and it's a great way to introduce children to great literature. There are five books in the series, all of which are based on Henry David Thoreau's classic Walden. By far the best is Henry Climbs a Mountain, but the rest are excellent as well. What is especially nice, is that even though the books are simplified, they still capture much of the Thoreau-vian spirit - although a bit more whimsical. Also recommended Trouble with Henry : A Tale of Walden Pond written by Deborah O'Neal and Angela Westengard and illustrated by S. D. Schindler