being abused (“Developmental and Psychological and Effects”, 2016). Eighty percent According to the Center of Disease Control, to help prevent the physical harm to a child is
"Dad wants me to stay here and live with him. Is that okay?" my son asked. "He's promised me all kinds of "neat stuff" and I can get to know my step family better.
“And if she refuses to return?” “She won’t.” Lt. Marshall interjects “You’re sure of that Lieutenant?” “Absolutely sure.” “Who will secure her subsequently?” “You will. You’ll be her guardian and safeguard her on this unruly journey.” Dominic was presently experiencing an information overload and feeling the pressure pounds him.
“Your co-worker?” “Yes, your son and his friends did absolutely nothing wrong tonight but handled it rather well”
That September of 1932 the only thing on people’s minds was the upcoming election between Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt. “So Dad, how do you feel about this election coming up?” I asked as I sit down for dinner that night. Looking at my plate I see some boiled potatoes
Jason Kinman AP Literature Summer Reading Page Number Quote Explanation Chap 1 pg 1 “That was a long time ago, but it’s wrong what they say about the past, I’ve learned, about how you can bury it. Because the past claws its way out.”
Chester said, “I’ve got to be honest with you. If I had a son, I would like him to be like you.”
"Don't sit here and pretend to know who I am and what I do," he's defensive. I realise this is the most amount of words he has spoken to me in a long time.
“Henry calm down please let me deal with him.” “im sorry i didnt mean to it just happened.” “it fine henry just go tell my dad that peter is back.” “ok and y/n.” “yea” i kinda get a little worried about what he's going to say but wait till he speaks.
“You’ve heard of Brasso? If you look like a soldier, you’ll be a soldier.” Then he cursed as though he learned it from a manual for sergeants, and his curses merged with the metal slapping air sound of a prop turbine. Dad heard the Bunge’s voice sputter. It sounded as if
“Mommy, are we going to be okay?” “Of course we are! Just because I had a little bump on the road, doesn’t mean we are going to give up. Promise me something Grayson. Promise me that when you are older and no longer live with mommy that you will never turn your back on what life gives you. Promise me that you will keep climbing until you reach the top. I am still climbing my stairs and with each step, my reality becomes more clear.”
“So he was a con artist?” “Are you surprised?” “Not really; the kid’s always been charismatic.” Erica smiled to herself, remembering little Ezra trying to convince her to buy him sweets at the market.
“I do what I think is right for my family, matter of fact I do what I know is right for my family. I don't need you telling me everyday that what i do is wrong.”
“You have a more complete memory of your childhood than I do,” I said. “Grandpa was the historian of our family. He forced me to concentrate on my daily experience and to tell him accurately what happened.”
“I never thought of it that way, but it’s true.” “What made you go up to him? You could have kept walking.” “I suppose I respected his dedication to a cause.” Arthur paused, staring up at the ceiling. “I stood there and chatted with him for a while, and he told me