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TM3/ Trey: Energetic
"She knelt down and scooped up the mouse in her hands. Then she carried it to the open door, put it down, and watched it scuttle away to the safety of the bike shed." (Breitrose, Pg 104) Megan is brave because she picked up the mouse and let it out the door instead of trying to kill to mouse. It takes a lot of courage to pick up a mouse.
Trey is energetic because he is one o the few mice that can speak human, and he likes to talk as much as he can. He is also energetic because he is the one that runs ahead of the group to explore new areas.
Annie is childish because she freaks out at the sight of a mouse even though she is a full-grown adult. She is also childish because she believes that cute clothes make people popular.
"Larry and Julia were still hunched on the windowsill, still gazing through the light rain towards Joey's house." (Brietrose, Pg 178) "It was almost noon when Larry gave a squeak, and Megan and Trey hurried to the window." (Brietrose, Pg 179) Larry was hopeful that Curly would return from Joey's house without being eaten by the cat.
""I'll go, I'll go" Curly interrupted, because he had a hunch he might be it, and he might as well look brave." (Brietrose, Pg 172) "He would have been back earlier, he told them, but for the cat. It was a real monster." (Brietrose, Pg 180) Curly was persistent because he went on a recon mission to Joey's house while trying to survive a cat. Thats like a suicide mission as a mouse.
Julia is smart because she organized some of the plans that helped the group get to their goal. She is also smart because she taught Megan some MSL.
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