This time the gang tries to beat them up but this time they have a new strategy. Peter hides his phone and calls their principal while all this is happening. The strategy works however their principal doesn’t like the idea of students having her phone number. Feeling hopeless and out of options the boys go to Garvey for support, he tells them to fight without words, left confused and slightly angry Cole is not sure what to do. The next time the gang comes at them Cole decides to sit down because he figures that they wouldn’t fight people sitting down.
Before the trial, Steve is already scared of what the outcome is and how he might spend his whole life in jail and starts doubting his chances of being found not guilty. During the trial, Steve starts hearing the things the prosecutor is saying and sees the people who are testifying against him, which is already not putting him in a good state of mind, and this combines with him seeing his father who looks very scared of Steve, and this all gives Steve disappointment. After the trial, Steve is found not guilty and gets to return home and we next hear from him five months later where we see his father had left him and that Steve doesn’t even know who he is, which shows that he feels damaged. With all of this in mind, we can see that Steve, a dark-skinned, sixteen-year-old boy, has gone through a change from being afraid to feeling lost with himself through doubt, disappointment, and damage. Image how other people feel in
There are two characters that are introduced in the beginning, which are George and Hazel. George is a "handicap" that has " a little mental handicap radio in his ear". This radio in his ear feeds sounds(every twenty seconds) into his head, preventing him for thinking rationally or clearly. On page 1, when George and Hazel are having a conversation about the ballerinas on the television, a noise in George's head interrupts his thoughts. " George was toying with the vague notion that maybe dancers shouldn't be handicapped.
So while Richard is on his way for the journey not knowing where he 's going he gets another call saying “I have a little challenge for you” said the unknown “What is it” said Richard “if you can get thru this obstacle course I will leave your family alone but if you don 't than I will attack your family and the whole city” And Richard said “I accept the challenge” and so Richard began to get ready and then someone came from behind and attacked Richard,and so Richard got up and fought with this mysterious man and ended up winning. So than another guy came and they and Richard won again but this time it was all different a giant came to fight Richard it took a bit longer for Richard to win this one but he did and so the mysterious person called again and
“What?” I answered. I was downstairs getting some popcorn for a very good night. When I was walking back up to the room, something else happened “NOOO! The Mets scored a run!” my parents said together.” After my dad and I had this huge fight with my dad and the T.V, I sat down with my popcorn and I said to myself, “We can definitely win against the Mets and we almost
as the novel ended Rowdy and junior face each other in a tough basketball game Reardan high wins with a breeze Juniors sister and grandma both pass away soon after the game his grandma was hit my a drunk driver his sister left on a hot pan and a curtain was blown in which caused the trailer to set on fire and they didn 't wake up because where drunk. This caused Junior and Rowdy to see that they needed each other in order to survive so once again they became best friends. This novel is so realistic everything from living on a reservation to having family pass away is things you would see in our everyday atmosphere. This is why the book compares to no other novel I 've ever read. It 's so funny and realistic, but it can teach you a valuable
Harry Bare is an average 12 year old from Kansas he is in the seventh grade and loves basketball and his team the Rockets. But the thing his he isn’t very good. He plays the silver league with his friends ' Jack and Ralphie and they all get along because they met playing their second favorite game Pokemon go they are all walking to basketball practice when Harry’s arch nemesis Brett and his evil henchmen drove by and screamed at the three boys “You might want to walk back home! But if you don’t you might want to start crying for when I beat you tonight, See you on the court losers!” Then Jack, who has a small temper issue was enraged and started chasing Brett’s car and heaved his basketball backpack at it and hit Brett´s carbonced of into a puddle and he had to go retrieve it. When Harry Jack and Ralphie arrived at
Throughout each of these moves, siblings Lori, Brian and Jeanette were home-schooled and told to neglect close relationships with other children, since they would move shortly after meeting them. The money Rex gained from gambling was enough, but soon it was all used up. He was an alcoholic and spent most of his money buying booze to get absolutely drunk. This wonderful dad that Jeanette looked up to so much could turn into an angry, drunk monster in just a minute. It was a confusing situation for
The scared straight part of this show is that prisoners has a chance to talk to the rebellious teens, and let them know how reality sets in once the prison cells closes. The prisoners shares the stories of how they became incarcerated. With the stories of the inmate, the teenager begins to ask questions about how not to become involved with the jail system? One inmate knows of this teenager’s deviant behaviors and tells him to stop bulling his younger siblings, go to school, and stop using drugs. The teenager is shocked to know that the inmate knows what he has down on the streets.
Child Soldiers-Amnesty? Swinging on the swings, licking lollipops, and playing war might be what many call ‘their childhood.’ Adults remember the fun times they had playing with Barbies or ‘shooting’ each other with Nerf guns. Yet, this is not the case for an estimated 300,000 children forced to unwilling shoot real people--during a real war. After being dragged into the battlefields, they find a perplexing family unit, are manipulated by their father-figures, and can be sexually abused by their fellow soldiers. But people state that this is their fault.
They are the popular kids in school and they are more wealthy then the Greasers. Making the two fight and not get along. With Ponyboy and Johnny being the nice kids they are the tell Dallas to leave them along making get upset and leaving. After that the girls hang around with them for awhile until their boyfriends show up drunk and angry that two other guys are talking to their girls. The girls go home with them and Ponyboy and Johnny leave.
It was ridiculous, obvious lip-syncing. He wanted to laugh, but his three best friends were looking intensly at the TV, leaning forward with completely serious expressions. Jack would rather be watching history documentaries. “Okay, but they were shy two minutes ago, and have they heard the song before? This shouldn’t work like this.” Jack commented.