My Ranking Points
As soon as Katies mother left, she plopped on her bed and glared at her suitcase.
.”I’m not going,” she said to nobody. “You hear me, School Master? You hear me?”
There was no response, of course. None that she could hear, anyway.
Suddenly, there was a scream from downstairs.
“MAMA?” Katie yelled. No response. “GRANDMA?” Katie grabbed her suitcase and ran downstairs. Sidney, a boy down her street was standing next to her grandma, who was passed out on the floor.
“Sidney? What happened? Who screamed?”
.”Katie! The roomers ar true! He does exist!”
“Who, Sidney?” Katie said. Sidney pointed a trembling finger behind Katie. “Sidney, does it happen to be a purple, silver, and black giant eagle?”Katie asked. Sidney nodded.
“It brought me here,” he said.
“School master,” Katie said, still not turning around to look at it. “Just take us and get it over with, or leave us and take two other people.”
Suddenly, she and Sidney were squished between two talons, flying in the air outside.
“What’s going on?” Sidney yelled. It took Katie a second to answer.
“School, Sidney. We’re going to school.”
Katie turned around in the birds claws and lookecd at her home town for the last time.
“Good bye,”she whispered softly, and let herself be taken forever.