April 30th, 2014
The Body of Christopher Creed.
The Body of Christopher Creed by Carol Plum-Ucci is a story about a boy that disappeared and his peers learn about responsibilities of doing something you're told not to do, consequences of your actions and judging people by what you see not know. When Chris disappears he captures the attention of the entire town, and he even upsets the lives of the kids who tormented him. Doing something you're told not to do causes yourself to have consequences that vary from different things depending on what you did and how bad it affected others. Consequences can either be which will either be a punishment, jail time or just a guilty conscious. Lastly, you never want to judge people on what you see and not know.
Like in this book everyone was told to let the Police do what they had to do in the investigation but Bo and Torey didn't listen and Bo broke into the Creeds house trying to get Christopher's diary and got caught by the Police and charges pressed against him. So that's how doing something you aren't supposed to do leads to multiple consequences.
Second, having consequences for your actions can either be punishment by your parents, jail time or just a guilty conscious. As in when Torey went to the Baseball field and made the phone call to the Creeds to get them out of the house while Bo broke into the house Torey later felt really bad and had a guilty conscious because he knew it wasn't the right thing to do and was scared to get into trouble for it. That...