Independent Reading Project #2 - Paige Smith

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?
  • Yes.
  • 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.
  • I understand.
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