Independent Reading Project #2 - Paige Smith
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In the "Cemetary of the Undead"...
Once Bree told Bo Peep that Emmerich was her son, she was confused and astonished by the 10-year-old in front of her eyes. The boy that had been in front of her was her son that grew up without her.
Your my son?
The day Bo gave Emmerich his best chance by giving him a better home, Hagetta promised to do that and she brought him to the Otherworld and a caring woman devoted her life to taking care of Emmerich. Bo knew that she be able to dream instead of being restless.
Hagetta said she would find you a good home. Did she?
That's good to hear. Knowing that, I might finally be able to rest instead of counting sheep.
She did. I have a mother--an adoptive mother, who loves me very much.
Here's something to remember me by. You seem like a kind child. I'm sorry...but you were better off with your adoptive mother. You didn't deserve to inherit my mistakes.
Since a departure between them was inevitable, Bo decided to give Emmerich the necklace she's worn through heartbreak. Emmerich had a way to remember his mother, an independent, strong-willed, caring though heartbroken woman.
Good night, Emmerich. I hope we see each other in our dreams.
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