The book Sully by Chesley B. Sullenberger and Jeffrey Zaslow was a book that had many life lessons encased in its text. One lesson that I learned is that if you put your mind to something you can achieve it no matter the circumstances. In the book, Sully is giving a plane that loses his engines and he has to successfully land on the Hudson River. This is an extremely difficult task but he pulled it off which leads me to believe that I would be able to do anything I set my mind to. Another lesson that I learned from this book is that responsibility is very important. This is because I started thinking that if Sully was irresponsible or was slacking off then he wouldn’t be in the same position of being a hero. I was taught to be more responsible about the things that are important.
El libro que leí me enseñó la perseverancia. En el libro, el avión no para trabajo y Sully tiene que aterrizar en un río. Para Sully, fue muy difícil. Esto me ayudó a entender que puedo hacer lo que quiero. Otra cosa que aprendí es la responsabilidad. Yo pensé que si Sully era irresponsable fue malo. Esto me ayudo a entender que la responsabilidad es necesaria para tener éxito. En general, el libro era bueno y me ayudó a aprender mucho.