That is enough. Stop it Roerva. Stop the while thing. Just let the boy be.
How many times have you told me about the boy? The boy this. The boy that. The boy, the boy, the boy.
The suspicions... Rising action
This story is written in 3rd person. The main characters are David, Mother, and all of David's foster parents.The story mainly takes place in Mother's house. When David was young his family would always go to the Russian river, together as one happy family.
They figure it out Climax
In this story there was a very sad conflict. Mother claimed that David was a bad kid, but he really wasn't that was just her excuse so that she wouldn't get exposed. The conflict was that Mother abused David, both physically and mentally. one time Mother held David's head under water and wouldn't let him bring it up for a long period of time. David's mom and dad would always fight over him. PG. 9.
Goes to aunt Mary's Falling action
David it's kids like you that made me want to become a policeman.
David had to run to school because he was no longer considered part of "the family". David's teachers were getting suspicious about his condition, but David just told them what he was instructed to tell them, that it was his fault and he deserved it. This was not true. At first they didn't think anything of it but eventually they caught on to what was happening at home.
He is now safe Resolution
Love you dad, Happy Birthday.
The nurse started giving David checkups every morning, and she marked down his condition. She new what was going on and she finally got David to break and he told her everything that was happening. The nurse was very upset and she told the principal.
The police officer that picked David up from the school then brought him to aunt Mary's.Aunt Mary is an older lady who keeps foster children until they can find a home for them. David lived there for a while because his mom was caught abusing him so he is a foster kid. David went to many homes all of which were very good to him, some he loved so much that he couldn't bare to leave. PG. 42
Thank you, sir
There were many people who helped David solve his problem. The school did this by not letting him go back into that environment, the police did this by taking him into the foster program, and most of all the foster parents helped by raising him so well. David grew up and had a son of his own. PG. 303