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Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie

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Makayla Ritchie

on 31 August 2015

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Transcript of Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie

Steven was a just a normal boy with a annoying little brother named Jeffery. Until one day Jeffery falls sick and the family is brought upon with the news that Jeffery has cancer. Steven try's to live his life like normal with playing in the All-city band, having a crush on the hottest girl in school, and just making it through school. Its hard because Jeffery is constantly in the hospital and their family is growing poor. Steven has to learn to adjust to the new situation and try to make it through.
Follow Stevens ad Jeffery's journey as they grow more as brothers throughout the book.
Three main settings are the hospital, Stevens school, and Steven and Jeffery's house.
Quote #1
"Instead of agonizing about the things you cant change, why don't you try working on the things you can change."
Quote #2
“If you promise you will get better instead of dying, I promise I will, too.”
Quote #3
“And if there was one thing I'd finally figured out, it was that your mind is something you always CAN change.”

Thank You
Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie
By:Jordan Sonnenblick
Makayla Ritchie 7th
This important to the story because it really is what helped Steven get through the whole situation.
This is important to the story because throughout the story Jeffery and Steven make promises like this to give them both hope and something to keep fighting for.
This is important because it symbolizes Stevens point of view and how it changed throughout the coarse of the book.
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