He told them and he was found not guilty of the crime. Poppy and her friends sneaked into Ms.Susan 's room to look around. 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.
R.L. Stine’s book The Secret Bedroom is about a girl named Lea Carson. Lea Carson is a girl in high school that get bullied a lot. Like how you see in the movies you have the popular kids that pick on the non-popular kids. One day Lea is going to sit down at her lunch table when one of the popular girls sticks her leg out and trips her.
In Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli, Stargirl, a new student at Mica High, mixes up the lives of all the students and teachers. Her popularity skyrockets, and she ends up friends with almost everyone in the school. Suddenly, her popularity drops rapidly. Hillari, the most popular girl at school, influenced all the students, except one, to dislike Stargirl. The only friends she has left are Leo and Cinnamon, her pet rat.
Grandma looked over me with sunken eyes. After telling her about my project, she went and grabbed a little trunk from under her bed. " They teach you about the International War in school, don’t they?” She said “Ya, of course, it was the biggest war in history.” “I was 15 at the time, it seemed like the world was going crazy. Countries were building walls, and riots in every town. I remember the school I volunteered at, the kids had to wear gas masks.” As she spoke, she slide over a picture.
A couple days later i found my mom laying in the bathroom crying. I knew what was wrong, i still didn't believe it. Doodle was not dead i just had this feeling he was still alive. I worked so hard to get doodle to be a normal person and he just died. That night i didn't eat, i sat in my room remembering all the things doodle and i did.
Another two months passed. Arie came into the room as skinny as a broom shaft. One day later, he was dead, sitting in the chair. Stopping in his tracks, Anne stared at him. “He is sleeping, just sleeping.” They never take his body, so every morning and every night, Anne stares into the lifeless eyes of his once best friend.
Society is the girl who works at Starbucks who is too lazy to spell the ethnic names correctly, but dated a black guy in freshman year for three months because she wanted a “get out of racism” card. Society is that girl in your class who will not shut up about the political science course she took over the summer, for free. She has an exclusive clique that goes to the newest fusion restaurants for Instagram purposes and declares herself a connoisseur of international cuisines. Everyone hates her because she is the source of all drama, but at the same time everyone envies her. Society is Regina George and the hierarchy of Mean Girls has become a reality.
The Summer of Love Murder and Suicide In the summer of 1987, there was a man named Harold Butts and a beautiful young woman named Tammy Lynn. They first met off in high school. When Harold approached Tammy Lynn, He asked her ´´Hey Tammy Lynn want to go to the dance with me this spring.´´ Tammy Lynn replied back´´Of course.´´ Before the whole school, they were lovers to be. A few years after high school Harold and Tammy Lynn were having problems getting pregnant. Harold would always tell Tammy Lynn ´´If you would eat better food and take your vitamins, maybe just maybe we can have a kid.´´ Tammy did nothing but cry.
Young love fills the air in a hot gymnasium as children dance and sweat enjoying and loving their night. Flashing lights and blaring music deafen people to the noise of a crying girl, Kristin. Her “lover”, Austin, left her alone at the dance to go have a good time with Natasha. They had planned a fun night for themselves and she was really looking forward to her night with him, however, he ditched her like it was nothing and she was beyond hurt. This exact same scenario occurs in high schools across the nation leaving many girls broken in what started as a dream come true, but ended with a broken heart and a sink full of makeup and tears.
In Joyce Carol Oates’ highly acclaimed short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Oates tells the story of a fictional adolescent girl named Connie that has a run in with pure evil itself in the shape of a man named Arnold Friend. Arnold Friend, a man dressed as a boy that she once saw at a drive-in, shows up at Connie’s house one afternoon when her family is away and tells her that if she does not come out of her house and go away and have sex with him then he will kill her whole family. Throughout the story Connie is shown to be an extreme narcissist, constantly staring at herself and basking in her profound beauty. Connie is a typical teenage girl that only seems to care about boys what others think of her but she takes it