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S: The Hunt for the Seventh

FC: The Hunt for the Seventh By : Christine Morton-Shaw: Mystery Project By: Rachel Washburg

1: Summary page 1 Setting page 2 Characters page 3 Conflicts page 4 Cause and Effects page 5 Figurative Language page 6 Rating page 7 | Contents

2: When a family looking for a new beginning Minerva Estate would seem as normal as anything but not to Jim. Jim soon finds out that this place is not what it seems. Jim can see the ghosts of six deceased children and his only friend Henry the masters son is not what he appears. But when the ghost tell him to find the seventh things start to spiral in to a world of mystery, family, and suspense. The ghost start to show him clues to this ancient prophecy that has to be stopped and it is all in the hands of young Jim. | Summary

4: This story takes place in England during the present day. The city the live in is Sevenstown. In the story the kids go on many adventures to many places | . They went to Culvert Cottage, all around the Minerva property, the village, They go to the pub, The Sevenstone church, and etc. This book has changing settings | Setting

5: Culvert Cottage | The Village | The Minerva Estate | The Sevenstones City Church

6: Jim Adventurous, Daring, and Caring Son of the gardener is always getting in trouble. Jim adventurous boy is on a dangerous mission from an ancient past and trying to coupe with the lose of his mother at the same time | Sally Creative, Wonderous, and Gentle Sally is Jim's little sister. She is a sweet little kid that loves her family and esspesaly Jim | Dad Forgiving, Trustworthy, and Hardworking The Head Gardener of the Minerva Estate is a big task let alone trying to be a single parent to a boy that is calm and a carefree child. | Characters

7: Lord Minerva Rude, Evil, and Cruel Lord Minerva is the owner of the Minerva Estate is rude as possible. He yells at employees regularly and does not even care for his son with autisium. | Blind Meg Helping, Kind and Sometimes Scary Blind Meg starts out as something you could only find in your nightmares, but really she is misunderstood.Shes just there to help | Henry "Einstein" Minerva Studious, Smart, and Intentive Little Henry is a very smart boy who also has the disablity of autiesm hanging over his head

8: The 7 dead Minerva Children Deceased, Innocent, and Helpless The seven dead sons and daughters of lords past and present. All died on the 30th sostises that have been taken by the soliste prophecy written by the healing women Blind Meg. Their Statues all around the Minerva Estate | Characters Continuing...

10: Internal The whole family of Jim is still trying to get through the death their beloved wife and mother is ripping from the inside of the family's heart driving them away from each other when they need each other most. | External There are many external conflicts in the story. One is Jim and his Dad. Jim keeps sneaking around the grounds and his dad loses his job because of his lurcking around but in the end it turns out right when reveals the suprising ending | Conflicts

12: Cause and | Jim is caught sneaking out again | Jim and his family move to the Minerva Estate for a new job | Jacob gives Jim the old story book which is the last clue | The Hu the Sev

13: Effects | Jim's dad gets fired | Jim is forced in to a exsiting quest to find the seventh | He finally finds out who is the seventh

14: Figurative Language | This is about the figurative launguage used in the book | 1)Then I heard a new noise behind me. I reconized it at once. It was the sound I heard a lot when Sal was playing. It was the tap-tap-tapping of a small rubber ball bouncing on the flour. Example of is an onomantopia | 2)Dads face was set like stone. Example of a Simile

15: 3)Purring all the time, Maurice followed him. Example of a onomatopia | 4)She gave a snort of laughter Example of an onomatopia | 5)Then there was a sudden crash in the kitchen. Example of onomantopia

16: I read the Book The Hunt for the Seventh and I thought it was a great book. I rated the book a 4 (out of 5). The book had suspense, mystery, and action. The book kept you waiting | and when you think its over they take a turn and there is another mystery to solve. This is one of the boos readers can not put down. The book deserves a 4. | Rating

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Rachel Washburg
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  • Title: The Hunt for the Seventh project
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  • Started: about 7 years ago
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