Curious Incident Of One Amazing Dog English Essay

501 words - 3 pages

Ella White
Mrs. Young
Advanced English
8/15/18
My name is Christopher John Francis Boone. There are five very important things to me in life. None of these things are yellow or brown because I hate yellow and brown. If I were to describe everything I hate I would list yellow and brown things, but I am going to describe things that are important to me, not the things I hate.
The first thing that is very important to me is Mother. I was told that Mother had died from a heart attack but, that was a lie. Mother is there for me at any time. Once when I was in an unsafe situation I didn’t know where to go. And then I thought that I could go and live with Mother. Mother is a caring woman. The second thing that is important to me is red food dye. Red food dye is important to me because with red food dye I can fix everything that is yellow or brown. As I mentioned earlier I hate yellow and brown, but I think that red is a good color. I will always carry around my red food dye just in case I need to fix anything.
The third thing that is important to me is my old rat Toby. Toby was such a great pet. He followed me on all my adventures and I always took good care of him. Once I almost lost Toby at a train stati...

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