Hey Kiddo - Chapter 7: Ghosts Summary & Analysis

Jarrett J. Krosoczka
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The title pages of Chapter 7 include two drawings of Jarrett’s. One is a page of sketches and doodles of heads and characters. The second is a sketch called “September Stress” that has a hand grabbing a man with dead and darkened eyes (212). The chapter opens with three pages of Jarrett explaining why he drew as a child, then in junior high school, then as a teenager. He says, “But now that I am in my teens, I fill sketchbooks just to deal with life. To survive” (216). The Jarrett under this quote looks moody and sad. His grandfather walks by telling him if he spends time with ghosts they will keep haunting him, but he feels like the ghosts will not leave him alone. Pages 218 - 219 have no words but are sketches of different heads, monsters, and people. One is an image of...

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