When Ms.Susan comes back talking about a treasure they jump out and accuse her. It turns out that she was at a dance competition and won a trophy. All three friends serve detention but find evidence of a family member of the egyptian explorer still remains. Poppy and her friends stop the real thief (Gertrude, the headmistresses assistant) and find out she was the most wanted jewel thief in all of America. They celebrate and are forgiven of their detention
The people that go inside the maze are called "runners". The main runners name is Minho The thing with the maze is that the walls to the maze shut and open at a certain time everyday . A day after Thomas arrived a girl gets put in the glades. All the boys were scared, confused and worried.
the boy cried savagely “You won’t see nothing!” As they all started to turn against her, one of the children had an idea. “Hey, everyone, let’s put her in a closet before teacher comes!” “No,” said Margot falling back. After they caught her, they carried her down a hall, threw her in a closet and locked the door.
and I ran into another tantrum with her again. This time she would not agree with taking a bath. Teary eyed and red faced, Janae would not get in the bathtub; not even after I put some rubber ducks to keep her company. So trying my best to not lose my control/temper, I put her in a towel and talk calmly with her. Then after explaining to her that pretty little girls always take showers and never want to be stinky.
As a was running down the hallway I heard footsteps and I turn into a classroom that was big as two rooms put together. The room was not filled with joy it was a whole nightmare, all you could see was a light switch that was glowing at the top of of the stair case, so I went up there to turn it on and I saw peple without mask they where screming my name and i knew that was my friends they where going into a trap and it was a net at the end of the hallway. I ran after them “waspppppp” the sound of the net scared me and my friends where smart enought no to go in there and something set it off I do know what did nut i was out so i whould not get
Author, Kat Rosenfield utilizes pathos, personification, and point of view in order to connect readers with the characters. Pathos is used to cause the readers to feel empathy for the characters in the book. There are points throughout Becca and Amelia’s stories that force readers to become attached to the characters. When Becca’s boyfriend broke up with her she “would sink down into a bathtub full of scalding hot water, lay her swollen eyes against the cool porcelain, and shake so hard that her bones made soft clinking sounds
She has gone on to write other series that have achieved critical and commercial success Summary of Haunted on Bourbon Street by Deanna Chase Jade Calhoun the ever-empathetic optimist moves into an apartment on Bourbon Street expecting some quiet time. Her newfound excitement is soon tempered when she a ghost joins her in the shower. While she never expected her life to get any more interesting she soon befriends an exotic dancer from the strip bar below her apartment and develops a crush for her sexy landlord Kane. Her empathy has always put a strain on many of her relationships, which makes her conceal it most of the time. Nonetheless, when the ghost moves up from giving Jade a scare and starts terrorizing Pyper her exotic dancer friend, Jade knows that she must move in to rid her friend of the menace.
The last example of domestic violence that was in the movie was when Paul banged her head against the glass multiple times to where her head was dripping in blood and she ran to his moms house and hid in the closet. The cops arrived but said they could not take him because they didn't see him do
Hedda is an extremely secretive individual who only expresses her true thoughts when she is completely alone. After Lovborg leaves, Hedda listens for a moment at the door to make sure no one is approaching and begins throwing sheets of Lovborg 's manuscript into the stove while whispering: “Now I 'm burning your child, Thea! You, with your curly hair! Your child and Eilert Lovborg 's.” (Ibsen 288). Hedda had threatened to burn off Thea 's hair before, while they were in school together, but this is the first time that Hedda describes Thea 's hair as curly.
The house they go to is an old woman’s who has been hiding books. The lady felt life was not worth living without having the knowledge of literature, so she chooses to go up in flames along with all of her books. This is when we really notice Montague does have something to do with books when he takes some from her house. Later on we find out that Montague has been hiding books in his vent. Montague didn’t show up for work one day, so Captain Beatty pays him a visit letting him know that at some point all firefighters become curious about the point behind their daily job.
Merryweather High from Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak is a school under poor management. The staff in charge doesn’t care much about the school, its property, or its teachers. Throughout Speak, Merryweather High’s mascot name was changed over five times in one year. At one point, students created a petition that “pleads for consistency, stability” (141).
Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro , ME is the only high school in Regional School Unit #40 which includes the towns of Friendship, Union, Waldoboro, Warren, and Washington. Student discipline, freedom of speech issues, and searches and seizures of students and property is governed is governed by federal and state constitutions, laws, regulations, and judicial decisions (Gooden, Eckes, Mead, McNeal, & Torres, 2013, p. 1). In addition, the district has policies and the school has rules that relate to student discipline, freedom of speech, and searches and seizures. All RSU #40 district policies are listed on the district website and regularly reviewed and updated.
This is the story of the Lidtke Mill ghost. It was February 22nd, 1859 when they saw the figure. They had been getting complaints about the sound last summer when people drove by. Some even claimed there was a figure in the doorways. The owner, though had never believed those people.
The Turn of the Screw by Henry James follows the story of a governess who takes care of the children Miles and Flora. The issue regarding the reliability of the governess as the narrator has been debated due to her “interactions” with the supernatural world. However, the governess is insane throughout The Turn of the Screw because the ghosts she sees are hallucinations; she shows irrational behavior towards the children; and she is obsessed with getting approval from others such as her employer and the children. The governess claims to see ghosts around Bly when they are just hallucinations. When the governess takes a stroll on the estate, she sees a ghost-like figure in a tower after imagining to meet anyone, possibly her employer.