Giggly set up another booth at the carnival but no kids had stopped over by her. Confused that no one wanted a balloon animal, Giggly walked around to see where all the children were. Finally she found a huge group of kids gathered around something. Giggly saw a flash of red and knew immediately what all the children were gathered around, her favorite clown Red.
Even the music uses Pathos because it gets us pumped and excited to see how the beverage will make us feel ourselves. As they walk out of the apartment everyone is holding the Mountain Dew Kickstart following the Puppy/Monkey/Baby. This is when it is revealed how the Puppy/Monkey/Baby fits in to this commercial and explains PepsiCo’s reasoning. Mountain Dew Kickstart is known for its combination of fruit juice, Mountain Dew’s signature recipe, and caffeine.
In the vignette, “The Monkey Garden,” Cisneros uses similes, personification, and juxtaposition to show how the garden quickly changes from a child’s playground to a place of haunting grownup memories. In the beginning, Cisneros uses similes to describe the carefree nature of the garden: “There were big green apples hard as knees. And everywhere the sleepy smell of rotting wood, damp earth, and dusty hollyhocks thick and perfumey like the blue-blonde hair of the dead" (Cisneros 95). Initially, Esperanza and the other children are young and naive and play in the garden without any worries. The garden is a place of childhood innocence and shows that although Esperanza wants desperately to grow up, she is still a child.
October 14 7:07 am: The raindrops glisten as i walk along the road listening to my walkman. “another day another blunder” i thought to myself. when im a minute away the bus drives right by me. “oh crap” i pull out my phone to call my parents. When I get to my bus stop I like all my parents and they come pick me up but when they before they do that they yell at me like every other day when I get to school I go straight to the band room to drop off my bass clarinet.
Walking off the bus and running straight to the park was my neighbors and I daily routine. To this very day the voices of our parents yelling our names just to get us to drop off our backpacks and to change into our “outdoor” clothing echos in my head. Of course we ignored them. The top of monkey bars was the chill spot, well mainly for the girls. We’d play hand games, truth or dare, and chicken in which I always won thanks to my very long legs.
Nigger! Nigger!” so he responded by calling her a cracker. Her father then came outside and him and Jackie got into a rock throwing fight.
My build is slim, but I prefer that so I can easily navigate through crowds and ambush my friends. Speaking of which, some bullies at my school ambushed me with jokes about my upcoming birthday. Since I was born February 29th, it’s an effortless task. “Hey Kevin, can I come to your birthday,” taunts one, “oh wait your birthday doesn’t exist this year.”
Fresh Start My first night at the new house couldn’t have gotten worse. I woke up and saw some teenage boys giggling while jumping out of my window. At first I was confused, but when I stood up to turn on the lights, I felt a quick rush of pain. I looked down and saw that my entire room was filled with little lego pieces.
Just like any other day in preschool, we took of our shoes and put them in our cubbies. We then jumped across the rug to play in the yellow house for recess. Two boys were in the house already. We kindly asked to play with them and when they rejected us because we were “girls,” I was face to face with the problem my parents always taught me to stand for. My response was quick.
A) Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, Author: Mo Willems, Illustrator: Moe Willems, Publication Date: April 1, 2013. B) The salesperson told me that this is a classic book for children as it is funny, it is an easy read, and the story makes the child engage with excitement. As this story is about a bus driver who has to leave, so he asks the reader to not allow the pigeon to drive the automobile.
Mia And The Bomb It was a beautiful spring morning. Grant Elementary School was as it should be, kids were waiting for their teachers shivering outside their classrooms. Everyone was saying, “Hi” and you could hear the laughs of joy coming from the playground. Most of the yard duties were yelling to kids saying, “go to the playground.” They walked slowly hoping their teacher would show up any second.
Harlow’s Monkey Experiment is one the amazing experiment that demonstrate how important of caring and loving are to the development of a child. Using the baby monkey as a test subject, Harry Frederick Harlow shown that, baby monkey is preferred love and companion of the “mother” over food. Harlow has taught us that, the relationship between the mother and the child is very important, and that relationship can determine how the child will develop later, of his or her life. This experiment shows how much attachment is linked to touch, the infant monkeys were separated at birth from their mothers, only given a piece of cloth, in the experiment.
“Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality”-Edgar Allan Poe. All great horror stories represent that quote. There is one story that does not. “The Monkey’s Paw” by W.W. Jacobs is not a horror story because there is not a monster, it is not believable, and it does not have a creepy setting. Classic horror stories usually have some sort of a monster in it, whether the monster is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde or Frankenstein.
Childhood injuries were common every now and then when I was younger. One of my first injuries I remember having was on a swing set. Around the age where I was a toddler and had a baby sitter, we would go outside and play on the days it was sunny or warm. So the first thing I would run to is the swing set. After this point I would start swinging and think that it would be impressing to do a stunt.