This storyboard is about a girl named Margot and her home planet Venus. She has done a lot of research for "SUNday" and everybody is highly douting that the sun is going to come out because it always rains and it has never shined on her home place.Margot took her friend Jess out for Lunch and Jess hated the food and blamed that she felt bad on Margot.They being to grow tention...
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*THE BRUNCH BOX*
So much flavor!
Mine was flatness..
I'M MAD BECAUSE YOU TOOK ME TO THAT PLACE AND THEIR FOOD WASN'T GOOD SO NOW MY BELLY HURTS!
DON'T YOU GET IT?? NOW I CAN'T SEE THE SUN!
Are you ok?
Well i thought the food was great and we will see the sun!
I have lived on Earth though! I know it will come. Right?
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Your lying the sun is never ever ever going to come
WILL!!!!!! LET ME OUT! (SHOUTS)
SUNday is HERE MARGOT!
Personification- The door "trembles" because the impact of Margot's emotions.The author put that in because figures of speech help say what the author want's to get out .
The conflict is person vs. society as a girl named Margot is bullied by her peers she has saw the sun and the others haven't. At first, the conflict was around Margot and the rude guy named William. Margot believes that the sun will come out that day as the scientists predict; however, William spreads bad juju around the class. Margot ends up in a closet and never get's to see the sun. She cries in desperation to get out but he goes outside to enjoy the sun. :():