Special Sub-Topic: "Dawn" by V.C.Andrews
|What is Dawn's age (at least, the age she THINKS she is) when she starts to tell her story?|
14. She is 14, her brother Jimmy is 16.
|What are the names of the parents Dawn grew up with?|
Sally Jean and Ormand. These were the parents of Dawn in the first book before she finds out she was kidnapped.
|What was the name of the girl who always gave Dawn trouble at Emerson Peabody?|
Clara Sue. Clara Sue was always giving Dawn a hard time out of jealousy. When Dawn got the lead in the school musical Clara Sue was so jealous that she cornered Dawn in the bathroom and sprayed her with stink spray just before she was about to go on stage. Thankfully she was able to get a new uniform.
|Did Phillip and Dawn go all the way on the second trip up to the view point?|
n. They fooled around a little bit, but Dawn stopped him from going all the way. Though she liked what they were doing, alarm bells were ringing off in her head. It's a good thing too, because Phillip ended up being her blood brother.
|Jimmy was older than Dawn. By how many years?|
2. It says this in the very beginning of the book.
|When the Longchamps ran short on money, what was usually served for dinner?|
grits and black eyed peas. Her mama was always apologizing for the lack of food she had for the kids. They always gave Dawn complements about how good it tasted anyway.
|Did Sally Jean die the same day Ormand was arrested for kidnapping?|
y. It was quite sad that the children had to deal with the loss of their mother, then have their father get arrested all within 24 hours.
|What was the last name of Dawn's blood related family?|
Cutler. After her father was arrested, the cops informed her that Cutler was her real last name. She was quite shocked considering her relationship with Phillip.
|What did Grandmother Cutler put Dawn to work as?|
maid. Grandmother Culter wanted her to get in the swing of things as soon as possible, so she set Dawn up as a chambermaid.
|What is Grandmother Cutler's first name?|
Lillian. Such a lovely name for a mean woman.
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