It is difficult to sympathise with Simon?s point of view as he fails to see the point of view of others
This story is of a boy, Simon who lived with his mum and dad. When he was young, his dad died. Simon was sent to boarding school where he was happy until one day when his mum came to school and took him for a ride in her car. She told him she was re-marrying and moving house. From this day onwards, he is living in the memory of father. He is alone from now, so this when this problem occurs.
Simon is only thirteen years old and he has had a lot to deal with. His dad dieing didn?t help as he was the type of boy who enjoyed the company of his father. He talks of:
?Lifting Simon up on his sh…
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