Book Club-Out of My Mind

Book Club-Out of My Mind
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  • Again & Again
  • Cathedral. Mayonnaise. Pomegranate. Mississippi. Neapolitan. Hippopotamus. Silky. Terrifying. Iridescent. Tickle. Sneeze. Wish. Worry.
  • Pomegranate. Mayonnaise. Mississippi. Neapolitan. Hippopotamus.
  • Wish. Worry. Sneeze. Tickle. Silky. Terrifying. Iridescent.
  • Again & Again
  • Again & Again
  • "Words. I'm surrounded by thousands of words. Maybe millions..." I believe the author brought this topic up again because it ties in the idea that the book turns out to be her autobiography.  Right before the statement she had stated that her teacher had wanted her to make an autobiography and when starting to right her biography she says the exact same thing as she said at the beginning of the book.
  • Words of the Wiser 
  • "Connor was boasting to his friends..." The author has brought this topic up again because it helps to reveal more about Connor's personality. This gives you more background info on Connor and how he  acts around other people.
  • Words of the Wiser
  • "Cool" I believe the author brings this idea up again because when bringing up the idea that Melody is not able to say "cool outfit" or "way cool" it shows you how difficult it is for her to communicate with other people. It gives you an example of how she can't tell or speak what she is thinking.
  • Words of the Wiser
  • "Some people get braces on their teeth, some get braces on their legs, for others wheelchairs and walkers and such. You're a lucky girl that you only have messed up teeth. Remember that." The life lesson is that you shouldn't take for granted what you are given and that you are able to use all parts of your body. It tells you that you can be lucky when you are disabled.
  • "Music is powerful, my young friends, it can connect us to memories. It can influence our mood and our responses to problems we might face." This is important because Melody and her classmates learn more and more about music and how someone finally understands her.
  • "We all have disabilities. What’s yours?" This is important because what Melody is trying to explain is that we all are disabled in one way or another, whether it is mentally or physically. She tries to explain this to Claire and Molly for they cannot seem to understand that they are all different.
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