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Waiting for Normal Characters & Character Analysis

Leslie Connor
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Characters

Addison Schmeeter.

Addison Schmeeter is a cheerful, loving twelve-year-old girl who is in the sixth grade. Addie loves to play the flute and has a learning disability called dyslexia. Addie thinks that she isn't a very smart girl because learning doesn't come easy for her. Or, as she terms it, because she doesn't have the Love of Learning that her mother has. Addie has had a life full of abandonment. Her mother has emotional problems and is never there for Addie when she needs to be. The only stable person in Addie's life is her ex-stepfather, Dwight, who loves her as if she were his own daughter. Addie makes friends easily and is a thoughtful girl who thinks of others before herself. She has a hamster named Piccolo and was responsible for her younger sisters until they were taken away from her mother to live with Dwight. Addie wishes...

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