In this chapter we start with the children going to school and being surprised with some unsettling terms used in their class books, which cause some of the children to misbehave, in which causes Mrs. Crocker to get mad while Mama stands behind what they did and acts as somewhat of a shield.
The Hardest Book To Read
In this chapter we start with the fact that the children can't say anything about them causing the white kids' bus to drive into a ditch. So I have here a picture of one person trying to get the attention of someone who cant hear them because they have headphones on, this represents that no matter how much
The Silence of a Thousand Men
Chapter 6 is somewhat of an awakening for Cassie, she has to learn to accept the world around her. I chose to have a picture of a wall with a couple bricks missing because I felt it represented Big Ma, who Cassie looks up to and she puts up a wall to seem as strong as Cassie wants her to be, but people like Mr. Simms slowly tear that wall down.
Tears Can't Move Mountains Like I Wish They Could
This chapter is centered around Cassie growing her "friendship" with Lillian Jean. Cassie gathers tons of information by just nodding her head and agreeing with "Miz" Lillian Jean, I compared Cassie to a cat. Its like shes waiting and waiting for the right moment to just pounce.
Wait For It
This is one of the most intense chapters, having included the entire dilemma with R.W. and Melvin, so for this chapter I decided to show an image of handshake, as a way to represent the betrayal that the Simms brothers showed to TJ, even after TJ believed they were friends.
Bad Timing, Bad Decisions
This last chapter finishes the book and completes our story. Everyone in town is working together to fight the fire and though