The novel “Legend of the Ghost Dog”, written by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, is a thriller and mystery tale about a young girl named Anita (although is known as ‘Tee’ throughout the book), on an expedition she attended to a small cabin located in the Alaska wilderness, in the town of Nome, with her father and her younger brother Jack, and another young girl that she befriended named Quin. This adventure starts from not Tee’s perspective, but from an older woman named Dodie about her childhood raising Siberian Huskies with her family, these chapters would consistently reoccur in the novel. The legend began as just a silly yet spine tingling fable of a dark looming creature known as the “Shadow” that lived deep in the Alaskan woods near a creek referred to as Dorothy Creek, where just so happen Tee, her little brother and her father were residing near, however escalated to a conundrum about the “Shadow” that turned out to just be a dog, a jet black Husky with pale blue eyes with a strong broad body, discovered by the two young girls after taking Tee’s beagle on a walk in the snow.
There was a group of cousins that would see people go to the corn maze they thought it was fun. Then one day they saw that a lot of people were leaving and not going to that maze so they thought and thought why had they stopped going a few were going. One day Maria said “ Let go check it out” Everyone said”Yes we should”... except for esme she looked nervous for going. Jimmy asked her and said “ What’s wrong why don’t you want to go?” Esme said “ I'm scared to go i feel like something will come out of nowhere” Everyone said “ You're crazy” Esme kept thinking should i go or no? So then she made her decision that she would go cause she didnt want them to call her scary cat even though they are cousins. So then they all left they raced back and forth but then diana, luisito, and maria heard people talking about the maze and why alot of people havent been going so they kept hearing they heard them saying “There is a clown in this maze i don't know why they are here!” Diana said “ What the hell why didn't they say anything about it” Luisito said “ That's probably why esme didn't want to come?
One day there was an old abandoned house. Two boys walked passed they looked at each other and said.” We need to go into that house this weekend” the weekend came around and the two boys went to the. House they walked through the front door it was night time they had flashlights. They were hearing weird noises but they kept going through the house they started to get scared. Then the noise got louder they started yelling and stuff turned on the lights they moved on and out of nowhere the lights turned off as they got up the stairs.
In the short story “The Last Dog” by Katherine Patterson a boy named Brock goes outside of the dome to explore and ends up finding a dog named Brog. The lesson I learned is believe in yourself and don’t always believe what other people tell you. I liked the “The Last Dog” because it was set in the future. How I connected was that he believed what he thought instead of what everyone else thought. It was easy to connect because he believed in himself.
In the story The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon Christopher travels around England in search of his mother. During Christopher’s journey he encounters many problems that force Christopher to go outside out of his comfort zone and mature. Christopher is forced to talk to strangers, practice self control and learns how to be forgiving because of his journey. Christopher began the story as a child who is dependent on others, during the course of Christopher’s journey Christopher becomes independent and proactive, in general for kids to become independent they need to be given an opportunity to solve problems on their own.
One frosty morning,Shelly woke up as a Rottweiler. Shelly went to go put on her makeup found out she was a dog, Shelly and her friends was dogs. Shelly always wonder how it would be to be a dog. She wonder if it was fun. After a while she thought it was a dream so she told her friends to hit her so she wake up, but it wasn’t a dream.
How does Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the night – time portray interesting ideas about the difference? - Serina Scicluna
I jump and scream. As I get half way through the Woods I trip on root coming out of the ground. Scrapes are covering my knee, blood gushing! I limp my way through the woods tripping and falling as I go. I finally see the backyard of my house, but first have to get through the neighbor's yard. Hopefully that angry dog is locked up! I think to myself! But as I reach the neighbors yard I see the vicious, angry, horrifying dog standing there with his slobber all over his mouth Just staring at me. “Nice doggy” I said sweetly. But it doesn't work. He comes chasing at me only couple yards away! “ Bruno!” Yells the neighbors owner.”Stop this instant!” Bruno goes walking toward the man slowly. “Kenal! Now!” Bruno walks past me growling while walking toward his kenal. “Sorry about that,” says the owner. “Here i’ll help you home.” He says sweetly. As we approach the door, my mother opens it quickly. “What happened? Are you ok?” “Yeah.” I reply. “Well thank you!” “ No problem.” says the man. When I walk inside mom quickly cleans up my knee and sends me straight to bed. As I lay in bed I think of all the crazy things I did today. This was a day I would never
Opal was in a grocery store looking for ingredients for making her own pasta, when all of a sudden the grocery store manager was running around saying “Somebody help,stop the dog!” For a few seconds Opal saw no dog. Then, a dull ugly looking dog was running all over the place knocking over onions, tomatoes, and asparagus.
“My old grandpa liked to tell those stories best. There is one about Badger and Coyote who went hunting and were gone all day, and when the sun was going down they found a house. There was a girl living there alone and she had light hair and eyes and she told them they could sleep with her. Coyote wanted to be with her all night so he sent Badger into a prairie-dog hole, telling him he thought he seen something in it. As soon as Badger crawled in, Coyote blocked
This essay will be an analytical essay where the novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon will be analyzed and interpreted. The focus will be on the language of the novel and the themes and messages.
The Georgia police department responded to a wrong burglary call and shot the homeowner and killed his dog. The officers did not have the address of the home but just the description of it. One of the neighbors was out walking as she heard the homeowner, Chris, screaming that they shot him and killed his dog. He kept on saying, “why did they shoot me? Why did the shoot my dog?”
It was a bright sunny day when a boy came out to play, he had a funny name it was trey. His friends Alec and Fey played catch all morning long when they noticed a strange spotted thing. As they got closer it was a lonely little dog looking for food. Alex, Trey, and Fey brought it inside and fed it some steak they gave it some water and named the little dog spotter. Because the dog had little black spots. The next week they looked around but couldn't find the dog. They searched high and low all throughout their house but they could not find their new dog spotter. When they went outside to search they noticed they forgot to close their backyard gate. Alec and Fey cried, but Trey the oldest kept on looking for he knew he would find their new
Both of our moms were sitting down talking, not paying any attention to us. Then, Uncle Robert accidently threw the chew toy into my lap. The next thing I knew Jax came darting at me. When it got close enough, it pounced on top of me, knocked me over, and grabbed the chew toy off of my stomach! The dog thought he discovered a new game. So when I got back up on the glider, came at me, my sister, and Moriah once again. I was laughing while the other two girls had a short sob because they had landed in a bush on their
As I looked around, I saw three decrepit coffins in the backyard, opened, with three bodies in them: one for Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, and one for the dog. I thought to myself, “are they dead? Have they been murdered?” I really did not know, but as I walked passed the coffins to get my ball, I saw Mr. Johnson’s chest rise and fall. I was freaked out, so I snached my ball and ran over to the fence and climbed for my life. After I made it to the other side, I told all of the boys about my horrifying experience. They did not believe me at first, but one by one, they looked over the fence to see the living graveyard. Even after March 10th, we were still in astonishment to see the Johnson family sleep in their coffins at night. We eventually came to terms with the weird occurrence, but we did not know why the dog never attacked us on the first day that we went over to the Johnson’s. So one day, we went over to