BC: " A life in misery and struggle, a famous town that eventually improves, by the actions of three Luttrells." -Carolyn M. Laxon | A Blessing Upon Three Luttrells
FC: A Blessing Upon Three Luttrells | By: Ellie Lewis and Amber Gross
1: Dedication | This book is dedicated to King Henry the second. "Will no one revenge me of the injuries I have sustained from one turbulent priest."
2: About theAuthor | Ellie Lewis is a seventh grade student at Eyer Middle School. Her after school activities include playing softball and hanging with friends. In her spare time she listens to music, goes to Dorney Park, babysits, and plays basketball.
3: About the Author | Amber Gross is a seventh grade student at Eyer Middle School. Her after school activities include playing softball, soccer, and karate. In her spare time she hangs with friends and plays with her puppy.
4: A Blessing Upon Three Luttrells By Ellie Lewis and Amber Gross Eyer Middle School 4/13/11 Dedicated to the Towns People of the Middle Ages
5: Once upon a time.... The Luttrell family moves into a farmhouse East of Tillado. A town famous for trade, farming, and merchants. The Luttrell's move into a 2 bedrooms farmhouse, where they have 2 cats, 1 horse, 4 goats, 3 pigs, and 5 chickens. The family inherited this house from there great grandma Nina.
6: Awhile after.... the family moved in, they began to struggle. The family could not be fed because there was eleven of them. So Amelia, Vinny, and Pauly went into town to look for a job to make some extra cash.
7: As walking through the town.... Amelia came across an ill old man. They escorted him home and fed him bread, water, and meat. They brought him home for a place to stay for the night.
8: When the children woke up.... they saw that the old man had left. After a short period of time the family had finally gotten back on their feet. Forgetting that they had helped an ill old man.
9: Once the family.... went back into town. Because the King was giving an announcement. He was going to tell the town something that the town's people had never expected.
10: The King announced.... that he will have to be giving up his thrown. As soon as the King spotted the children. He had them come up on stage. Then out of the blue he announces that he is giving up his thrown, to the family.
11: Eventually.... the King dies, leaving the family the thrown. The family moves into the castle. Vinny, Pauly,Amelia, and their whole family become royalty.
12: The family improves.... the community. The Luttrell family moves out of the farmhouse and into the castle. Thanks to Amelia, Vinny, and Pauly, for taking care of the King. Giving the Luttrell's the life that they deserved.
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