Jump The Cracks

Stacy DeKeyser

Jump The Cracks

This book's theme is making sure the baby is safe. The plot of this book is mostly sad. The plot is sad because the little baby named wills was left on a train all alone by his mother. Another reason this book is sad is because Wills and Victoria, the girl that saved him, are wanted for kidnapping. The setting in my story is a small town in Massachusetts. Another setting in my story is on a train. The characters in my story are, Victoria, the girl that saved Wills, Wills, the little boy, the mother of Wills, Dave, Wills' mother's boyfriend, and the cops, that are trying to get Wills back. The conflict in my story is when Wills got left on the train all by himself. The other conflict in my story is when Victoria saved Wills, and the police wanted to arrest her for kidnapping Wills even though she didn't mean to.
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Prince William

Prince William is important in my story because Victoria didn't know the little boy's name so she got a magazine and looked through all the names. When she said William, the little boy answered to the name, so she started calling him William. For short she called him Wills.
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Dirty Baby

This dirty baby is important to my story because when Wills was found, he was very dirty because his mom wasn't very good at taking care of him. A dirty baby also relates to my story because Wills didn't want to get a bath when he needed one.
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Bag of Money

A bag of money is important in my story because Wills' mom had a bag of money that had $800 inside of it. Wills' mom also put that bag of money inside of Victoria's bag without her knowing. She put it in Victoria's bag because she didn't want anyone to know that she stole the money. So, for now, Victoria has been using the money in the bag to pay for Wills.
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