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Book Response Proof Sheet Chrissy always thought of her father as the greatest superhero on Earth Unfortunately she hadnt seen him for the last three years and since her mother refused to discuss anything about his disappearance Chrissy pretty much refused any contact with her mother Not knowing what to do Chrissys mother sends her out to the country to live with her grandmother fathers mother hoping that shell open up and start living normally At first Chrissy hated the idea of having to go live away from New York where shed grown up but later on she took it as an opportunity to further explore her fathers mysterious disappearance However after living at grandmas for a few days she realized that grandma wasnt gonna be of any more help than her mom was Therefore Chrissy decided to slowly explore the house and search for any clues to her destination While living out in the country slowly she started to like the surroundings and even managed to meet a few friends including a neighborhood guy she developed feelings for She found letters and pictures that lead her to believe that her father was still alive but she never had any proof Finally one day after almost losing her granddaughter Chrissys grandma decided to spill the truth In deed Chrissys dad was still alive however he was in prison Chrissy plays a role of a very quiet shy thirteen-year-old girl Most of her insecurity came because she believed that her father leaving her was her fault Ever since her dad left shes been trying out new things that scared her but she just though that maybe her dad would like her better if she was more risk-taking She tries to understand her grandmother as much and she can and help her out with all the work in the country Even though her father had recommended to Chrissys grandma never to take
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