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Friday, February 11, 2011

By: Michael Northrop
Pg. 190

Tabitha Payne

My big event is still the fact that Tommy is missing and Mr. Habberman becomes more and more suspicious. It all began when Tommy threw a desk across the room and was kicked out. And the next day he never came back to school and has been missing since. It is important because it is the main conflict in my book and because he is friends with the main character of my book. It has affected the characters because they are so worried about him and constantly want to know more about why he is missing and solving the crime. It affects the plot cause every time something new comes up it is helpful or worth no good information and so it is the decision in what the boys make.

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