Please Stop Laughing at Me
Book Club Smore Assignment
Jodee then went to Morgan Hills Academy for a fresh start, and everything was going perfect until she made enemies with many people at a party. The tormenting began again after that. To escape the bullying, Jodee's family moved again, this time going to Northwest Junior High. Once again, the physical and mental tormenting began again, just because Jodee stood up for what was right.
Jodee then went on a vacation that changed her whole outlook on life. In Greece, she made many friends, and learned that there are still people out there who care.
Twenty years later, the harassment of school still weighed on her, and she was going to her high school reunion. It turned out better than she ever could of expected. The past was gone, and she loves her life in he present. She could finally let go of all the stress and sadness she had been holding on to for years.
Even if it doesn't seem like it, there are people who are there for you and care. You just have to find them.
I believe that this is the theme of the book because at one point, Jodee had been very depressed, lost a lot of weight, and almost never left her room.Then her parents took her to Santorini, Greece, where she made friends she would never forget. It was then that Jodee realized that there really are still people who care about her and want her to keep going. That was a turning point in the book and in her life.
I think that this was a very powerful and important quote in the book. To begin, Jodee was extremely depressed, was barely eating, and almost never left her room. Then, her parents took her on a life changing trip to Santorini, Greece. It was there that she came out of her depression because of her new friends. She finally found where she felt like she fit in, and that pushed her through her last year of high school with the knowledge that her friends back in Santorini were rooting for her.