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  • Exposition
  • I don't want to move!!!
  • WE DO!!
  • Conflict
  • "The new house is so much bigger.."
  • Rising Action
  • "Hi. Yes. I'm Allie Finkle."
  • "Hi. Are you the new girl?"
  • This book is written in first person point of view because it says "I don't want to go to a new school!". The person telling the story is Allie. The setting is Summer in Walnut Knolls and Pine Heights. There are many main characters such as Allie, Mary Kay, Brittney, Allie's mom, Allie's dad , Kevin ( Allie's brother), Mark (Allie's other brother), and Erica.
  • Climax
  • Allie did not want to move at all and she would do anything to stop it. This is a character vs. society scenario. She told Mary Kay, but eventually this information will not just make things hard for Allie. Her mom, dad, and brothers wanted to move, but Allie, not so much.
  • Falling Action
  • "It's very nice to meet you Allie Finkle,"
  • Allie didn't want to move, but one thing made it easier. When Allie went to see her new house for the first time, she met Erica. A girl her age, who was not a crier like Mary Kay was. Erica didn't make Allie play the way she always wanted like Mary Kay either. As soon as Allie met Erica, she knew that Erica would be a good new best friend.
  • Resolution
  • "Is everything okay?"
  • Allie was home one night, when she saw that her house had been sold! The open house her parent had a few days before had gone well! She did not want to leave her old house, but now she had to. Her house had been sold and her mom and dad bought the new one. Now, she would have to leave the school with the teacher she loved and go to a new one.
  • SOLD
  • One afternoon, only days before Allie was going to move, she went to see her new school. She knew that if she had to move from her old school, she would want to be in Ms. Hunter's class. It was full of colors and Erica was in it. Ms. Hunter was a lot nicer than the other teachers at Pine Heights Elementary.
  • The night she first moved in, Allie was feeling a lot better about her new home. She knew that she would like it more than she thought. When her mom came in to talk to her, and asked her if everything was OK, she replied that everything was. Everything was great.
  • " Everything's okay, Mom,"
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