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The school for Good and Evil

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Transcript of The school for Good and Evil

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Sophie

Agatha

Tedros
Hester
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Setting
Gavaldon
The school of good
The school of evil
Tunnel of trees
The school for
Good
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Evil

An old fable states that every year in the town of Gavaldon, a creature called “The school master” will kidnap two children once a year in the night and take them to the mysterious school for good and evil. One child will be put in the school for good to train as a hero or princess while in the school of evil, the other person will learn to be a villain or henchmen. Sophie and Agatha, who live in the town of Gavaldon, are two very unlikely friends that are polar opposites. Sophie looks like a princess and loves the color pink. She knows she will be placed in the school for good. Agatha however wears baggy clothes and loves her wicked black cat. She sadly knows she will be stuck in the school for evil. When the school master comes he takes both friends and to their surprise, Sophia is put in the school for evil and Agatha in the school for good. Will they succeed at swapping schools, or will they face the truth: is this where they are meant to be?
Sophia
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Agatha

Tedros

Unfamiliar Words



Stympth= A giant bird from mythology

Discern= to recognize or tell apart

Admonished= to warn someone firmly

Theme
Dont judge a book by its cover
figurative language
"she stormed through the the door then froze".


"her face went ice cold".

"the room was filled with a thousand portraits of the same person".
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