This scene represents the time that Belle Prater one morning she went missing. No one knew where she had gone. None of her shoes were gone and none of her clothes were Gone. But at the end of the book Woodrow tells gypsy how his mother actually took some of his clothes and some money that they were saving up and since she took his clothes no one recognized her and she went to the other town.
Gypsy getting Her Hair cut
This second scene is when Woodrow and Benny come to Gypsys room via outside her window. One thing that was odd about this scene was how Benny kept calling Gypsy Beauty. Later on Gypsy figures out that her father would call her Beauty when she was really small and was about three years old. I found funny that this scene is unrealistic that is how people are able to get on to a person's window and no one else in the house hears anything especially when one of them is a grown man that is blind.
Woodrow sharing English project
In the third scene, It shows Miss Cooper playing around in a river. The reason for this was that Woodrow told Miss Cooper that he put alcohol in her drink and since she thought that there was alcohol in the drink even though there wasn't she thought she was drunk. And it was pretty funny since it was at this fancy spring party.
Scene 4 is Gypsy getting a haircut and the barber gave her a haircut that was made famous in New York. But they passed it as their own called Dixie Pixie. When she went back to school with our new haircut all the girls loved it.
Let's call it the Dixie Picty
The 5th and final scene is when Woodrow based his English assignment off of the life of blind Benny. In the English project, Woodrow talks about how looks are not everything and it's what is on the inside that is the most important.