Special Sub-Topic: The Agony of Alice
|For whom did Alice write a poem ?|
the milkman. When she was in third grade, she noticed how upset the milkman was after the company stopped delivering, so she wrote a poem.
|Where did Alice hide the picture of Saint Agnes?|
under her matress. Right after Alice had moved, she found a picture of Saint Agnes on the road, which belonged to Elizabeth.
|Who was her teacher?|
Mrs. Plotkin. She wanted Miss Cole for a teacher, and she even went down to the office saying she thought she was supposed to have had Miss Cole.
|What does Alice buy for Miss Cole?|
a hair barrette. She gets a hair barrette that looks like a turtle shell from the Melody Inn to give to Miss Cole after lunch.
|What costume for Halloween do Alice and Pamela wear?|
a horse. They wear it to the Halloween parade and Alice accidentally steps on Miss Cole's arm and leaves.
|What did Alice do to Pamela at the Christmas play that made her cry?|
pulled her hair. After Alice left the horse costume, Pamela began wanting to help Mrs. Plotkin in the afternoons, too, and wanting the teacher's attention. At the Christmas play, Pamela got the part Alice wanted to do, but Alice couldn't sing.
|Who cut Alice's hair?|
Carol. As soon as Alice arrived in Chicago, Aunt Sally said that she wanted her daughter Carol to give Alice a haircut.
|What did Alice do with the dress from Aunt Sally?|
gave it to a clothes donation. It was a lace covered white dress and she didn't think it was right for her, so she gave it to a clothes donation for children at the train station.
|With whom does she share the same birthday?|
Miss Cole. When the class gives a cake to Miss Cole, it has written on it 'Happy Birthday Miss Cole and Alice'.
|What does Alice receive from Mrs. Plotkin at the end of the school year?|
a ring. Pamela gets the globe and Alice stays behind helping Mrs. Plotkin, and Mrs. Plotkin gives her a ring which was passed down from her great grandmother, because she didn't have a daughter of her own.
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