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Chloe Marie Essay

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Introduction: This book is about this family who moves from the city to far out in the country for the summer where the father has decided to write his new book. To the family’s surprise they will find that with a new house come new adventures surprises and heartbreaking news.
Rising Action: A family from the city moves to the country for a while where their father will take advantage of the quietness that is around the small country to write his new book he has been working on. The married couples have two kids Meg and Zoey. The kids dreaded going into the country because it would mean they would have to share rooms and have not as much things to do there as they would in the city. Zoey’s ...view middle of the document...

Zoey runs to get their parents and they all go and rush to their room. As it turns out Megan’s nose would not stop bleeding. There was blood everywhere and they called the ambulance right away. She gets rushed to the hospital right away and returns home a few days afterward. After that whole scene the young couples baby come at four o clock in the morning and she goes and takes pictures of the birth of a beautiful baby boy. They thank her and she goes home. Zoey and William get really close and Introduction: This book is about this family who moves from the city to far out in the country for the summer where the father has decided to write his new book. To the family’s surprise they will find that with a new house come new adventures surprises and heartbreaking news.
Rising Action: A family from the city moves to the country for a while where their father will take advantage of the quietness that is around the small country to write his new book he has been working on. The married couples have two kids Meg and Zoey. The kids dreaded going into the country because it would mean they would have to share rooms and have not as much things to do there as they would in the city. Zoey’s hobby is photography and so one day she went for a walk down the road to see if there was anything worth shooting. She was walking down the street when she saw this man working on his car. She thought that looked interesting and starting taking pictures of the man and his car. He sees her introduces himself as Will and since it was a bit cold outside he invites her in for tea. Will (who is an older guy) is the owners of the few little houses that were around the town, they used to belong to his family before him. They get done talking say their goodbyes and go home. A few weeks later this new couple moves in. The women said that they were living here so that they could have their baby in a nice and quiet place. After they got to know Zoey better and knew that she had a knack for photography they asked her if she could take pictures of the birth of their new baby. Zoey happily agrees and goes to tell her sister. Her sister had already been asleep for the night and decides that she should do the same as well.
Climax: That night Zoey wakes up with a start and knows that something is terribly wrong she turns her head towards her sister and calls her name. Meagan quietly and what seems to be too calm and tells her to go get their parents. Zoey runs to get their parents and they all go and rush to their room. As it turns out Megan’s nose would not stop bleeding. There was blood everywhere and they called the ambulance right away. She gets rushed to the hospital right away and returns home a few days afterward. After that whole scene the young couples baby come at four o clock in the morning and she goes and takes pictures of the birth of a beautiful baby boy. They thank her and she goes home. Zoey...

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