In the town of Smallville there was this girl named Lucy. she lived by an apple farm and in this apple farm was a scarecrow the scarecrow was big. Every night at midnight this scarecrow came alive and wound snatch the kids of Smallville out of their beds and hide them in a condemned building under ground.one night at midnight Lucy was sleeping in her room with her window open and she heard a noise outside she got out of bed and ran to her window to shut it after she shut it she looked out of it and seen a scarecrow walking around. She wanted to scream but when she opened her mouth to scream nothing came out. she kept watching it after a while the scarecrow stopped at this boy's house the boy's name is Jacob. the scarecrow stuck his hand in
One day school was canceled and Doris was snow shoveling her driveway and found a stray dog and she ran inside and told her mom and dad she asked if she could keep the dog but her father told her no! We do not have enough money to feed that dog or give it a good home so no! But the dad said that she could keep it overnight until I take it to the shelter. So Doris put the dog in the basement and went to bed then next morning she saw the dog in her dad 's truck as he was pulling out of the drive was, then Doris ran up to her room and started to
This summary is about a family whose last name is Watson. The members of this family are Wilona (the mom), Daniel (the dad), Byron (the older brother), Kenny (the younger brother), and Joey or Joetta (the sister).
The story “The Pigman” by Paul Zindel is a very good book in my opinion. The book is about two kids who’s avocation is pranking. They love to prank people when they are with eachother. When they prank people they sometimes mortify them and try to make them look bad or stupid. In the story the one main charachter Lorraine, called a man by the name of Angelo Pignati and he anwsered the phone. Lorraine decided to Have some prevarications. She told Mr. Pignati that she and the other main charachter John, were charity workers and they wanted a donation. Mr. Pignati agreed to it and he said that they should come over to his house so he could give the money to them in person. They agreed to do that and they went over to his house the next day. Lorraine was antagonistic and did not want to collect the money while John really wanted to get the money from him. They both went over to the pigmans to collect the money.
He tells Billy that he had entered his dogs into a hunting dog trials. Billy at first is very nervous and doesn't want to but then he goes and does it for is grandfather. The first night they have to go out and tree three racoons to qualify in the championship. It started to get light out as the sun was coming up. People were ending up losing hope but Billy never lost faith for his dogs. The dogs start barking loudly, Tree’d! They run down the canyon for the dogs and they look up and there is three coon’s in the tree. Billy is excited that his dogs will qualifying in the championship match. The next night they have to go on a hunt with a huge blizzard blowing in. Billy chooses a good starting point for his hounds, and they quickly catch their first coon of the night. Then, as they chase another, a blizzard comes. The men have all decided to come back, when suddenly they hear the sound of the dogs. When they arrive at the tree, they see that Billy's grandfather is missing. They go back and find him, unconscious and with a twisted ankle. Once he revives, he tells Billy to chop down the tree and get the coon. Three coons come out. The dogs kill two of them, but the third escapes. It is freezing cold. Billy gestures in the direction of the third coon, and to his dismay the hounds bound after it. He hopes they are all right. When they are found, the dogs are covered with ice. They have treed a fourth coon, and won the
Have you ever been home alone in your house at night and things happen that you think would never be possible? Well if you've had books fly off your shelf or lights flicker on and off, or have seen and person staring at you in your own hallway and disappear after a couple seconds then you might have a poltergeist happening right in your own house. We don't know exactly if these so called poltergeists are real, which is a german phrase that basically means a ghost that is responsible for physical disturbances such as things being thrown around and things moving on their own. Were going to look at a couple different stories of poltergeists that people have apparently witnessed in their own eyes and break down weather these
“I wanted to go and look at a place right about the middle of the island that I 'd found when I was exploring; so we started and soon got to it, because the island was only three miles long and a quarter of a mile wide. Jim, the slave, and Huck climb a big hill and hide their equipment in the cavern. While they were already there, they decided to sit and eat as well. Huck is still happy even though it is raining hard outside. Most days, the two travel during the night, to not risk getting caught. They sit in their canoe, hungry and tired. Then one night, they see a cabin as they are going by in the water. They sneak in through the window and go to sleep, since it is too dark to see anything. When they get up, they explore a dead body. Jim says, "It 's a dead man. Yes, indeedy; naked, too. He 's ben shot in de back. I reck 'n he 's ben dead two er three days. Come in, Huck, but doan ' look at his face -- it 's too gashly." Assuming they owners do not need their supplies anymore, they take them and leave the cabin.
Octavia Butler demonstrates that being educated is very important for survival then food, shelter, and safety, because an education can give you all of those things. When Lauren had to leave her home she had to depend on herself to survive. She is armed with a lot of information. She knows her city like the back of her hand and most importantly, where water is, and what plants she can eat and not eat. She learned all of this information from reading books from her father’s library. That being said she doesn’t have any access to a larger library, not even the internet, but she is happy for what she has and she uses it wisely. Laurens education also helped her develop a community which can keep each other safe from harm. Unlike the people she
This book will make kids feel sad, happy, and excited for the main character Paco. The things Paco goes through in this book are things similar to the things kids that get adopted or put into foster care goes through. The lesson in this book is that no matter how happy you think you are, having a group of people who support you will always make you happier. This is important because some second graders who were adopted go through some tough times and think that they only need themselves. This book is for second graders, these students appreciate having a family who loves them. They value always having someone to go to when they 're scared. They enjoy getting to have innocent fun without being teased.
You may ask what is courage, courage is the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., without fear; bravery. Medieval Literature is attempting to teach readers about the importance of one of these three major themes Pride, Loyalty, and Courage in early British. Because these are foundational themes for British society which is the basic foundation of the modern English society. In the epic Beowulf and one of The Canterbury Tales: The Pardon 's Tale, both of them fully expressed courage of the main characters, but in different ways, Beowulf is representing the positive way of courage, on another hand, The Pardon 's Tale is representing the negative way of encouraging.
It’s been a rough week for me and my family like just last night my dad's store was robbed we don't know who did it but my parents are freaking out mom mostly. Her job doesn't pay much so we relied on my dad's store to make the rest of the money and know that it's been robbed it doesn't seem all that hopeful. Then I get a call, it's my best friend Tom.
the camp and kept the kids. They tied up Baba-Jan and took him on a hill and killed him and the
In chapter 5 of Bad Boy, Walter talks about baseball, meeting his dad and his brothers. In the summer of 1947 Walter was excited that they let Jackie Robinson and Larry Dobby into Major League Baseball. Walter would gather all of his neighborhood friends to watch baseball with him. Soon Walter’s biological father moved to Harlem, because his wife had family there. Walter never considered his biological father his dad because he never acted like it. One day some kid suggested that they beat up a kid because he had messed up eyes. A few hours before beating up Richard Walter had read some magazine how they hung people down south, so they decided to hang Richard. They tried hanging Richard, but in the middle of it a revrine from the church caught
In the book, “Unhooking the Moon”, by Gregory Hughes, a brother and a sister are faced with a considerable amount of trials. They push through everything and never give up hope in finding their long lost uncle in New York. The theme of the story is a very heart touching concept that we should all apply in our lives. From sleeping in the park, to nearly getting murdered, to being pushed into a drug deal, these siblings are the best of friends who endure everything together.
Once there were 3 big Donkeys that lived in a partialy large house. There was also a wolf, that was very very hungry. The Donkey’s knew that the wolf was very hungry so they scattered to make a shelter to keep the wolf away. The Donkeys rushed to find materials to make a shelter with. One Donkey named Patrick made his shelter out of old Straw, The other Giraffe named Sweeney made his shelter out of Brick, and the last Giraffe named Gary made his shelter out of Hay.