By Melody DeFields McMillan
Addison Addley hates math. He hates public talking too. really, he hates whatever that includes paintings, yet he simply has a few weeks to write down and memorize his grade 5 speech. the matter is, he can't examine a unmarried subject. while he eventually comes up with a good inspiration for a speech, it virtually writes itself, yet it's his terrible math talents that make speech day unforgettable.
Grade point: three and up
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She gave him a wan smile. “Oh, I’m getting along fine,” she insisted, but her eyes betrayed her words. “Sit,” he told her, rising from his own seat. ” “That’s okay, sweetheart. ” Connor frowned, walking over to the small kitchenette and pulling open the refrigerator door. ” he cried, turning back to his mother. indd 55 6/19/14 11:59 AM M ari M ancusi lap. “I send you money for groceries every week. ” His mother sighed. “I was going to go shopping yesterday, but I felt a little nauseated,” she confessed.
Oh come on, princess,” he cajoled, switching tactics. “Don’t be mad. You know how she hates being cooped up in that stinky barn all the time. She’s a dragon. ” Trinity crossed her arms over her chest, her eyes flashing fire. “Yeah, well, what if someone saw her? What if they captured her? ” He stiffened, offended by her implication. Even though he’d been petrified of the very same thing only a few minutes before. “It’s pitch black. m. In the middle of nowhere, Texas. Trust me, we’ve never even seen another—” He clamped his mouth shut.
To even have an apartment at all—never mind a real two-bedroom with four walls and a true door—in this day and age was, to most, an unattainable dream. “Connor! ” He looked up to see his mother come out from the bedroom, wearing a thin floral housedress, her hair tied up in a kerchief. She looked frailer than he’d remembered. indd 53 6/19/14 11:59 AM M ari M ancusi lost weight. And her skin was so pale it was nearly translucent. When she threw her arms around him in a hug, he was half- afraid he’d break her like a china doll.
Addison Addley and the Things That Aren't There by Melody DeFields McMillan