By Stephanie Paris
Tell readers of the risks of smoking with this fact-filled nonfiction identify. via important diagrams, designated photographs, and fair proof, readers are given the instruments and knowledge to teach themselves approximately smoking, tobacco, dependancy, and the illnesses that smoking may cause. With informational textual content, an index, thesaurus of phrases, and checklist of web sites, youngsters are inspired to decline to smoking, to see strain, and study what steps they could take to assist hinder others from beginning.
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TWO-THIRTY IN ROSA’S BEDROOM 29 In the middle of stacking knives in the drawer I seemed to hear shuffling noises coming from the shop. I listened and heard it again, a noise like papers being moved around the counter. An intruder. What the hell does a burglar want in a flower shop? A cyclamen? Christ, had he picked the wrong night! With my back to the kitchen dresser I felt behind for the wooden handle of the carving knife and slid it from the drawer. Go on Mabelline, you can do it. I slipped my shoes off and crept forward to where I could make out, in the shadows, the bottom step of the stairs.
I rushed forward to see – Rosa. It was Rosa, in slippers and a pink bathrobe carrying a wooden box, the one we kept locked in the cupboard under the counter. “Quick, help me, it’s heavy,” she said, teeth chattering from the cold. I put the knife on a plant, lifted the box from her, and she followed as I elbowed a space on the kitchen table and flopped on to a stool. When I felt the blood rushing back into my head I realised how terrified I’d been. As if in a dream I sat there exhausted, watching Rosa.
As soon as he was out of sight Carlos began searching in the tool shed drawer, pushing aside old knives, hinges and dried up insects till he found what he was looking for, a tin mirror. He always knew he was good looking because his mother had always told him so. “Who’s my handsome boy then? ” Only they never had. Polishing the mirror with the hem of his shirt he studied his face; the fair hair, close cut to disguise the curls, the curls he hated. The more he’d tried to pull them straight the more they sprang back in coils.
Straight Talk: Smoking by Stephanie Paris