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Character Sketch

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Character Sketch of Helen

Helen, a new student from other school, is a 17 year old girl who has mouse brown hair, and small, sharp features. Because of these features, her classmates give her nickname “mouse”.

Her classmates, especially Kath, always make fun on her. They always make her feel embarrassed in the public, and maybe we can say that they are actually bullying her. For example, they tease at her backpack, and they tell her to get the ball then lock her in outside where is 10℃ below zero. However, she never gets mad and always keeps smiling.

In the story “Kath and Mouse” written by Janet McNaughton, from the story, we can see that
Helen is a girl who is just new to the school. She is a talented, mild-tempered girl but she is very lonely.

First and foremost, Helen is a talented girl. Even though she cannot play any instrument, she is good at singing. At first, no one believes that she
Character Sketch of Helen

Helen, a new student from other school, is a 17 year old girl who has mouse brown hair, and small, sharp features. Because of these features, her classmates give her nickname “mouse”.

Her classmates, especially Kath, always make fun on her. They always make her feel embarrassed in the public, and maybe we can say that they are actually bullying her. For example, they tease at her backpack, and they tell her to get the ball then lock her in outside where is 10℃ below zero. However, she never gets mad and always keeps smiling.

In the story “Kath and Mouse” written by Janet McNaughton, from the story, we can see that
Helen is a girl who is just new to the school. She is a talented, mild-tempered girl but she is very lonely.

First and foremost, Helen is a talented girl. Even though she cannot play any instrument, she is good at singing. At first, no one believes that she

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