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Chapter 1 important scene
children !!!!!!!!!!! This is MR. MORRISON
Chapter 2 important scene Carlos Washington
YOU COME BACK?. IT"S YOU, DAVIDDDDDD!!!!
Chapter 3 important scene
Shoot I"M stuck!!
I think this is the most important scene in chapter one because this explains the history about how colored people had to walk to school without a bus in the rain, snow , or summer . This is important to me because it makes me feel sad that i have to see people going through this. This picture represents Cassie and her brothers walking to a worn down school . The school is called the Great faith elementary school.
This scene is also important to me because this tells me that papa is a responsible man and that he takes care of his family , and that he thinks his family is important to him
Finally for my last scene , I think that this scene is actually the most important scenes out of all of the chapters because it explains how racist and prejudice people used to be back then . the reason i picked this one was because Mr. Grimes kept on splashing mud on Cassie and her brothers . Cassie and her brothers had enough of this so they got an idea to put mud on the road so that way Mr. Grimes wont splash the mud on them. It worked . While this was happening they were hiding in the woods.
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