S: The Bicycle & Emily's Quest f Scrapbook
BC: The End
FC: The Bicycle
1: Hannah loved to play piano and lived with Tante and took piano lessons every day except for Saturdays which were her holy sabbath days.
2: Hannah loved school and never played piano on Saturday which was the Jewish Sabbath and Tante Rose insisted that it would be a holy day for Hannah.
4: Hannah was taught how to make Jewish bread and Hannah also studied Hebrew lessons.
6: Hannah loved the thought of bicycles.
8: Hannah felt alone and isolated during her time spent with Tante Rose. She was never allowed to have friends or do whatthe girls at school did.
9: Hannah went to the synagogue every Saturday morning.
11: This picture represents her happiness when she gets to ride the bicycle. It's her only time she isn't alone and isolated. | Hannah is happy while she has the opportunity to ride the bicycle.
12: Emily's Quest Scrapbook
13: The picture above represents Emily's courage. "One must face things -- even ghosts."
14: Emily received a rose from Teddy when she was young.
15: Emily had a childhood crush which was Teddy.
17: These three pictures represent what Emily had smelt and seen when she had opened her letter from her 14 year old self and the last picture represents her thinking back to that time.
18: These three pictures represent how Emily laughed at her letter.
19: The fourteen year old Emily wondered if the 24 year old Emily had written her great book or climbed to the top of the Alpine Path.