Alice, I Think - Chapter 1 When I was small and ordinary but also special... Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 When I was small and ordinary but also special... Summary

Alice describes her childhood. She states that all her problems started when she read "The Hobbit." As a child, Alice loves getting attention and showing off. This is what Alice describes as the cause of all her problems as a teen. Alice goes on a journey to become "normal" and to find what will make her feel accepted and happy. As a child, Alice reads the book The hobbit and as her parents discuss it with her. Alice is so fascinated by this book that she believes that she is actually a hobbit. Alice's parents support her by buying her a hobbit outfit and letting her act like a hobbit. Alice doesn't go to kindergarten so when she starts first grade she is out of...

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