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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hanna Feller
Honey, Baby, Sweetheart
By: Deb Caletti
Pg. 100
The main character in my book is Ruby. She is very protective of her mother and her little brother Chip Jr. If I were to replace her with an animal I would choose a snake, because if something goes wrong she is there to punish the person who did it. And she is very cauious of the things aruond here. She can be kind and carefree sometimes too. Travis, her boyfriend is the " bad boy" type of guy and is trying to persuade her to do things she's never done before, such as break into stranger's houses and steal their things. I would have him be a raccoon, because he doens't look like he would be the type of person to steal things, but he is.

1 comment:

  1. A raccoon makes me think of the eyes, and that makes me tink of a thief, so that fits really well with your character. Why is she so protective of her family? Does she not have a father in her life?


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