7. by Morris Qreenberg A Fifth Grade Written Language Project By Mary Blosser J. B. Allan School, Seattle, ... third, fifth, seventh, and ninth, should leave the main character in a difficult situation, which the second, fourth, sixth, eighth and tenth chapters must solve. ... At the time of this writing, every child was allowed to give free rein to his imaginationanothing being said about ... Upon the completion of the first draft of a chapter, each childa#39;s story must pass the test of interest and unity.
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