S: Inkheart Scrapbook
BC: The End
FC: - Alex Muster | Scrapbook
1: This box is very special to Meggie because this is where she keeps all of her most prized possessions. | Meggie's Treasure Chest
2: Inkheart was significant to this book because it was the sole purpose of what was happening through out the book. It was the cause for all the pain, suffering, and insanity through out the story. Eventually all the copies of Inkheart in the world are burned, except one.
3: Meggie and her father had a secret writing that they used only that the two understood, so even if someone tried to read it, they couldn't understand what it said. It was the language of the elves that they used in Lord Of The Ring. Mo wrote a note telling Meggie that everything would be OK and that he was going to rescue her, and she wrote back that she had inherited his gift.
4: Theses books are important because these are the books Meggie had first read things from their stories.
5: When Capricorn captured Meggie, he made her father read gold out of Treasure Island, and then tried to have him read more from Arabian Knights. Instead, he read out Farid, pictured below, because he cant always control what he reads out, just like how he accidently read his wife, and Meggie's mother, into Inkheart.
6: All things grow better with love.
20: A family is pieced together with hope and faith. A family is quilted and bound with love and grace.