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Gabby Jenkins

March 24, 2015
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As I was reading the first few pages of this book, I found a tough question. Why was none no one talking to Melinda? It was the first day of school and Melinda was the first person one the bus, no one sat by her. She was the only person who was sitting by herself. This really shocked me, she seems nice so why does no one like her. She was in the auditorium and there was groups of people jocks, cheerleaders, and she was the outcast. Why was she the only person who was an outcast. One of her best friends Rachael, said under her breath "I hate you". Why does all of her friends hate her so much? What did she do wrong? I think this is an interesting way to star a book.

March 25, 2015
Gabby Jenkins

As i read further into the book, I found word of the wiser. The art teacher gives seem good advice to the class. He says you can find your soul in this class. One student asks why he has a broken globe. I wondered why he would have a broken globe, maybe just to draw it. No, it has meaning, its creativity and imagination. I think this is very creative and shows different way to express meaning.

March 26, 2015
Gabby Jenkins

As I began to read further into the book, I found a memory moment. Melinda is at a pep rally with heather, some one they are with ask who Melinda is. They know she is the girl at the party who called the cops. Why did she call the cops, is this why no one likes her? "My brother got arrested at that party. He got fired because of the arrest," said by a girl in the stand. Then at the end Melinda was accidentally knocked down the bleachers. How could people do this to her. Melinda thinks, "I can't tell them what really happened ". I feel extremely bad for Melinda she doesn't want to remember the party,why not?

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