Hound Dog True
Mattie's World is Crooked Kind of Perfect.
After then, her friendship with Quincy, and that experience helped her learn that, "you can't have brave without scared". She then overcomes her fears, and does a brave thing when she walks into school on the first day. The book closing, "I'm Mattie Breen". Which made the whole book go to suspense. That's Hound Dog True alright, and that was a crooked kind of perfect.
- Mattie: She's 1 of the main characters. She writes in a diary and writes secrets, stories, etc. She became a great story writer in the book. She doesn't have friends, but she tries very hard to make some. She does get bullied by writing stories, because according to the text, Star ripped out a page of her diary and read out loud. She even wrote a wonderful story about a pajama button named Moe.
- Uncle Potluck: He's a wonderful story teller to Mattie like about Stella the Dog, getting his leg hurt. He also has conversations at night with... the moon! Uncle Potluck is also a custodian at Mattie's school. He gives wisdom to Mattie to write in her journal. He make Mattie, "Custodial Apprentice".
- Quincy: She's a friend of Mattie's that helps her with problems. She is curious about Mattie's stories because she's interested in them. She then, becomes Mattie's not only a friend, she became a best friend. She also is a very understanding girl, who cares and doesn't matter about what Mattie loves. She also listens to her stories and makes comments about them, good ones
According to the text, I heard you have an issue of not having ANY friends, and I can help you with that. I think you should keep doing what you love, but a little more time, interacting with people, find a trustworthy, and understanding friend that you think is your true friend. I think that people should NOT leave you alone, and forget about you because it would be cruel, and you will feel very ignored and upset. I really hope you accept, and do my suggestions I left for you. I know you'll find friends out there. It's your turn now.