POHW After Poster

By. Cooper Gower (Partner Matt DeSimone)

1) Hollis' Outlook on Life

In the beginning, Hollis is sad and lonely after running away from several foster homes. In the end, she is happy to be a part of the Regan family.

"How about W for wish, or W for want, or W for 'Wouldn't it be loverly,'" Pg. 1

2) Hollis' Emotions

In the end Hollis is happy with the Regans, she fits in the family well. She does not feel that she is not wanted anymore.

"So there are five of us now: a mother, a father, a brother, and two sisters. A family." Pg. 166

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3) Hollis' Actions

In the end Hollis took action to stay with Josie, and protect her. To do this, she ran to the Regans summer home. She took action, and successfully accomplished this.

"'Don't worry,' I'd said 'Ill save you in the morning'" Pg. 74

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4) Hollis' Relations

In the end Hollis had a relationship with Josie, she wanted to take care of her, so she ran with Josie to the Regans summer home.

"We'll go then" Pg. 82

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5) Hollis' Decisions

In the end, Hollis knows the right thing to do if she wants to stay with Josie is to run to the Regans summer home.

"We can't wait anymore" Pg. 82

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6) Caring Hollis

In the end, Hollis cares about Josie enough to run away to stay with her.

"I couldn't wait to get back to Josie" Pg. 64

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7) Hollis and The Regans

In the end, Hollis knew she was better off with the Regans, she fit right in.

"So there are five of us now: a mother, a father, a brother, and two sisters. A family." Pg. 166

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