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Why is April living with her grandma?
April is sent by her mother to live with her paternal grandmother at the Casa Rosada. April’s “beautiful and glamorous mother”, Dorothea, is a single parent and an actress. She is on tour a lot, and essentially doesn’t have time for her daughter, so she sends April to live “with a grandmother she hardly (knows)”.
What are the reasons that Melanie took April’s eyelashes?
By Zilpha Keatley Snyder On the day before school starts, Melanie goes into April’s room and snatches her fake eyelashes so she won’t be able to wear them to school. Whew. But that doesn’t stop April from making things hard for herself. She wears a fur stole and piles her hair on top of her head like a movie star.
What is Elizabeth’s nickname in the Egypt game?
When the children are choosing hieroglyphs to symbolize their names, April remembers a cat goddess with earrings, Bastet, and chooses that name and symbol for herself. Elizabeth Chung, a new girl who moves into the Casa Rosada, joins the Egypt game and becomes Neferbeth. Elizabeth is nine years old and Asian American.
How old is April in the Egypt game?
The first character introduced in “The Egypt Game” is April Hall, an eleven-year-old girl recently transplanted to California to live with her grandmother at the Casa Rosada apartments.
Why couldn’t Marshall fit through the fence?
Why couldn’t Marshall fit through the fence? He was holding his stuffed octopus. Where does April live with her grandmother?
How does April meet Melanie?
Enter Melanie—and Marshall The day April moves in, a girl in the same building named Melanie Ross heads on over to Caroline’s apartment to meet the new kid. She’s hoping that April will become a new friend. It’s not what most kids around here do for fun.
What does April’s mother do for a living?
His dad named him that/he takes it everywhere. What does April’s mother do for a living? She is a movie star/vocalist.
What was the professor’s Christmas gift to the Egyptians?
You guessed it: they’re keys to Egypt! The kids are super excited. The Professor tells them that he’s had a new padlock installed, which means they’ll be the only ones with access to the yard.
What is Elizabeth’s grade level?
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|Publisher||Just Us Books (June 1, 1994)|
|Grade level||4 – 6|
|Item Weight||4.5 ounces|
|Dimensions||5.25 x 0.25 x 7.5 inches|
Why do you think Toby and Ken followed the Egyptians that night?
Toby and Ken decide to follow April and her friends because they are curious about where they are heading. Toby and Ken more than likely thought April and her friends were leaving the group to do something more exciting and decided to check it out.
Who killed the girl in the Egypt game?
Schmidt is the actual murderer. He worked part time in Mr. Schmidt’s store. The town believed that the professor, a curio shop owner, was the murderer.
What is Toby’s confession to April and Melanie Why does he confess?
He arranged to meet her and Melanie by the parallel bars during first recess. The ladies wandered over there at the designated time, and he confessed to them that he was the person writing the answers to the questions being presented to the oracle. He also confessed that he has no idea where Security is.
Where did the month of April come from?
Find out here. First, where does the month of April come from? The month of April goes way back. Before January and February were added to the end of the year by King Numa Pompilius around 700 BCE, April was already the second month of the Roman calendar year (March was the first).
When did the first issue of the boys come out?
The first six issues of The Boys were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. Ennis later explained that this was because DC Comics (of which Wildstorm was an imprint before it was disbanded) were uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work.
How did the leap year day get its name?
This is the origin of the leap-year day being in February. In 46 BC, Julius Caesar reformed the Roman calendar (hence the Julian calendar) changing the number of days in many months and removing Intercalaris. January — Janus’s month Middle English Januarie Latin Januarius”of Janus” Latin Janu(s)”Janus” + -arius”ary (pertaining to)”
What are the names of all the months?
Intercalaris — inter-calendar month. March — Mars’ month. April — Aphrodite’s month. May — Maia’s month. June — Juno’s month. July — Julius Caesar’s month. August — Augustus Caesar’s month. September — the seventh month. October — the eighth month.