By Sharon Creech
Mary Lou Finney is under enthusiastic about her task to maintain a magazine over the summer time. dull! Then cousin Carl Ray involves stick with her family members, and what begins out because the boring puppy days of summer time fast becomes the wildest curler coaster experience of all time. How was once Mary Lou feel to understand what might ensue with Carl Ray and the hoop? Or along with her boy-crazy ally Beth Ann? Or with (sigh) the completely crimson Alex Cheevey? all of sudden a monotonous tuition undertaking turns into a list of the main interesting, impressive, incredible summer time of Mary Lou's existence. yet what if her instructor really does learn her magazine?
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If anyone can do it, Maggie can. It’s disgusting. About all she has to do is roll her eyes and talk real sweet and she gets anything she wants. Ole Carl Ray finally decided he’d get out of his bed around noon. You know, I’ve never once seen Carl Ray go into the bathroom. Now, I’m sure he must have been in there (well, really), but I know for sure he has not taken a shower yet. You can just tell when he walks by. Lord. He appeared in the kitchen while I was making lunch and stood there watching me.
Mrs. White called my mother. My mom said Mrs. White was almost hysterical. Mrs. White said that Johnny told her all about our “necking” in the woods, and that it was all my idea, and that I was too old for her son, and her son was too innocent for some “wild girl” (that’s what she called me, Mom said), and she didn’t ever want her son at our house again, and I wasn’t ever to go near him, and if Dennis wanted to play with Johnny he would just have to go to their house, but he wasn’t ever to bring me!
That’s about it, really. ) sandwich, and I think even that was better than the one about the pasture. Wednesday, June 27 The worst thing happened today. After dinner, Mom and I were in the kitchen (Maggie was still over at the Furtzes’) and the phone rang. ” I just knew it was some kind of bad news. ” My dad met her at the top of the stairs, and she said, “Oh, Sam. That new neighbor—Mr. ” She told my dad that she had just talked to Maggie, who had just talked to Mrs. Furtz, who was still at the hospital and practically hysterical, so Maggie didn’t find out too much except that Mr.
Absolutely Normal Chaos by Sharon Creech