This scene shows the main characters, Steven, at school where he writes in his journal about his brother, Jeffery, being the most annoying person in the world. This shows the exposition because it shows the main characters and setting in the beginning.
I choose Jeffery.
Steven wakes up early in the morning, and so does his brother Jeffery. Jeffery asks Steven to make him oatmeal, and while Steven was making him oatmeal Jeffery goes on a stool and falls. Jeffery nose starts bleeding and his parents come and take Jeffery to the hospital, and they find out that Jeffery has cancer. This shows the conflict because it is the main problem in the book.
Jeffery has an ear infection.
Thank goodness! It could have been worse.
Jeffery became bald because of his cancer. He went to school,and one of the kids said he is bald, Jeffery went home crying. Steven saw him and decided to support him by becoming bald also. This shows the rising action because it is showing how Steven is slowly changing and supporting his brother Jeffery.
I love you Steven!
I love you too!
Steven's school decided to do a concert, to fundraise money for Jeffery's cancer. Steven was about to perform at the concert, but Jeffery felt sick so they had to go to the hospital. Steven had to decide either to stay at the concert or go to the hospital with Jeffery and support him. Steven decided to go and support Jeffery. This shows the climax because it is Steven's most important decision, and the hardest.
Steven goes to the hospital with Jeffery and had an ear infection. Steven was relieved that is was only an ear infection because it could have been much worse. This shows the falling action because it shows that Jeffery was fine and that he was fine.
In the end, Steven graduates 8th grade, and the school raised about 23,500 dollars for Jeffery, for his medical bills. Also, Jeffery, in the end, told Steven that he loves him, and so does Steven. This shows the resolution because it is at the end of the book.