The Missing Book (Roskos)
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My book's gone!
It was a typical Friday afternoon, the bell had just rung at the Apple Tree Highschool, signaling the start of spring break. Raine, her boyfriend West, and her friend Claire were leaving the school, along with their classmates. “Wait! I forgot my book in my locker,” Raine realized suddenly, sprinting back to her locker while barely dodging the people crowding the narrow hallway. “We’ll be right there,’’ Claire called out to her friend, who was already halfway down the hall. West refused to budge, but after Claire poked his side, seeing as he was very ticklish, he jogged down the hall.
As West and Claire neared Raine’s locker, they noticed her panicked expression. “What’s wrong,” West inquired. “It’s gone. My book’s gone,” Raine exclaimed, freaking out. “It’s okay, we’ll help you find your book,” Claire said in a soothing tone, attempting to calm her friend.
“Claire, weren’t you in Raine’s locker earlier,” West questioned.
“I was, but only to grab my jacket that I had left at her house. Besides, I’m already reading about ten books at the moment,” Claire explained.
“Can you two check your lockers,” Raine asked. “Of course,” West and Claire answered. The three teenagers checked Claire’s freshly painted locker first, finding nothing but school supplies and papers in the sparklingly clean space.
When they checked West’s old, beaten-up locker, however, Raine’s book, with its leather cover and gold italic writing, was gently set right on top of the pile of junk collected in the bottom of said locker. “West, why would you take my book,” Raine queried, confused and relieved.
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