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Taking Terri Mueller Essay & Project Ideas

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1. Look up the Missing Children Act and any other legislation that could be used by parents in Kathryn's position.

Find out what parents are doing to protect their children such as fingerprinting and videotaping. What community resources, if any, are available?

Research information about CHILD FIND, INC., P. O. Box 277, New Paltz, New York 12561.

2. Write a book report on one of the following books: Abrahms, Sally. Children in the Crossfire: The Tragedy of Parental Kidnapping (New York: Macmillan, 1983).

Overly, Fay. Missing: A Family's Triumph in the Tragedy No Parent Ever Wants to Face (New York: Accent Books, 1985).

3. Keep a running list of the similes used in Taking Terri Mueller and explain how they contribute to the story.

4. Shaundra's assignment is to write three hundred words about her earliest memory. This causes Terri to try to remember something that happened before she was five. All she can recapture...

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