I am now reading Found and am at a very intense part. Right now, JB (the JB in the book) is being threatened with some type of futuristic gun. Jonah is standing in front of JB to protect him. The person with the gun, (Mr. Hodge) cannot shoot Jonah and JB because Jonah is worth possibly two million dollars and Mr. Hodge cannot afford to waste it.
I have been doing a lot of wondering. I have been wondering why the "scanner is not picking up that Daniella is not there. Even if Katheine did not touch it, wouldn't it pick up that not all of the thirty six members of the plane are not all there. I have also been wondering why there was a list of survivors when all of the members of the plane are there. If there are survivors, there will be non-survivors as well. Also, it is weird how none of the other kids are noticing that Mr. Hodge and Mr. Gray are not usual, casual tour guides. They are lucky that Mr. Hodge and Mr. Gray need them. The biggest wonder I've had is where are the kids being taken? Mr. Hodge said that he is taking them to a better place, does that mean he is going to kill them? I am not sure. I know this is wrong, but I read the back cover of Sabotaged, the third book in the series at the book fair. It said that Alex (who's Alex) and Chip are... I was so confused I stopped there. I think that Jonah's real name is Alex or else Jonah is dead.
Our main topic this week is using Context Clues. I have used Context Clues to figure out the meaning of The Pied Piper. It used details to explain what it meant. It meant: The fairytale where a wolf leads a bunch of children into the woods and they all get trapped. Jonah compared this to his situation. He is one of the kids though. Mr. Hodge and Mr. Gray are like the Pied Piper leading the kids into a trap. I have also used Clues when it said adrenaline was pumping through his body. It also said he only felt like this when he played soccer. I have concluded that adrenaline means anxiety. I still wasn't sure so I looked it up and found that it is a hormone that produces in your body when you get very excited.
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