A Mango-Shaped Space Setting

Wendy Mass
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Harrison Middle School

This is where Mia attends classes. The school seems fairly typical. There are only a few descriptions of specific places within the school, including the cafeteria. That becomes an important setting because of events that take place there. This is where Mia sits each day with Jenna and a few other friends. It's also where other students begin pestering Mia to tell them the color of their names. The cafeteria is where Mia sits with Roger and the other students from her history group one day to work on their project.

Mia's House

Mia's house is a hodgepodge of rooms, walls, and hallways. Her father and grandfather built the house without coming to any agreement on a plan for the building. The result is that they each built what they wanted and “met in the middle.” Mia has discovered random passages that lead to nowhere and...

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