The Montfort School
This object gives Brent Bishop the illusion of family wealth.
This includes alcohol counseling, therapy for depression, and volunteer service.
This is decided in a meeting with the court mediator, Brent, his parents, and Mrs. Zamora present.
The Whirligig Book
Brent finds this object on Wabash Avenue.
Alexandra is the inventor of this object.
Lea's First Whirligig
This object, made by a grandfather, has been in a yard for many years.
Photograph of Lea Rosalia Santos Zamora
This object is given to Brent by a mother.
The Whirligig in Seattle, Washington
This object is originally an angel with a harp.
The Whirligig in San Diego, California
This object has the image of a mermaid at the top.
The Whirligig in Beale Beach, Florida
This object has the image of a band, signifying family.
The Whirligig in Weeksboro, Maine
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