Be brave all of the time no matter what you're going through
Because Billy, Micheal's imaginary friend, hated Harper, He had gotten his red antique fire truck and on the sharp end of the ladder, scratched Harper on the arm really badly to the point her having to go to the hospital. It also said in the book, "The edge of the truck sliced deep into her upper arm."
Character trait at the beginning of the story
Is it fact or fiction?
Harper went to the hospital and got 25 stitches in her arm. She only had to wear them for at least a week or so. It says "Twenty-five stitches later and you're good as new."
Character trait at the end of the story
I can't believe I got through of this!
Be brave all of the time no matter what you're going through. I say that because she was really brave with all of the accidents in her house and all of the ghosts are just making her even braver. So I find her very brave. It says " Twenty-five stitches later and you're good as new!", which explained she's brave no matter what she has to go through.
If your character did not change, what could be a possible new ending of the book?
I did it!
Harper is kind of crazy in an okay way because if there's ghosts in her new house, she doesn't know it but she's suspecting it. She doesn't know if she thinks is going on is fact or fiction. Especially, when she was cut by the fire truck. So she didn't know what was going on. It says in the book, "Is this a memory, dream, or my imagination playing tricks on me? I don't know what to think. Is Rose real or imaginary? Or was she a ghost?"
She was brave getting through all of the book because with the ghosts to the stitches, to her house being haunted she got through it very bravely.
If she wasn't brave, she wouldn't have accomplished everything she did when she was.