Author: T. Albert
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The story tells of three children James, Sally, and Mark, who decided to play a game of hide and seek and the incident that happened to change all their lives.
The story’s focus is on the flow of the incident in chronological order.
What we do learn is that Sally displays great kindness and a willingness to share. The parents in the story also display honesty and the willingness to let their children learn and be part of the decision making process.
The plot appeared to be a simple game of hide and seek but then the story took an unexpected turn and drew the readers in.
What I Liked About the Story:
I liked that the story unexpectedly turned out to be a mystery and not just a game.
What I Didn’t Like:
I felt that the story needed more content.
Stamp of Approval:
There was an unexpected twist in the story which made it that much more enjoyable for me. I also liked the way Sally dealt with her unexpected find.
By: Abdiel Benn with some input from Ari Benn