The author of ""JUST ONCE"" is thomas J. Dygard.
because the story is about Moose wanting to carry the ball just once to see how it is. if he likes it or not.
Rising action is important to a story because it leads to the climax which the climax is the middle of the story. The rising action usually is just ending introducing the characters and getting to the climax.
I would say that the rising action is just before Haven has a break down, and runs away.
The rising action just means all the little things that build up to the high point of the story, which is called the climax.
"Rising action" is just what we call the series of conflicts and increasing tension that lead to the climax of the story.
The rising action in the story The Ant and the Grasshopper was when the grasshopper asked the ant to stop gathering food for the winter and just chat with him. The rising action is the event or series of events that lead up to the climax of the story.
The rising action in Liesl and Po is when the box is accidentally switched and the strong magic is released. Many readers feel that the book took too long to reach the rising action point and just dragged on.
It's just saving the burrowing owls
Just read the book
The rising action is when the 3 person (drunken man, the couple and the old lady) come to the scene and either failed to help him or just did see him at all.
1. Identify the beginning 2. Identify the climax 3. Read everything between the two 4. Ta-da! You just read the rising action.
no because that was just one movie and one movie alone
It's when James just finished tagging the 405 sign
You go and take crayon and color the graph yellow then you have just rising action
There is really not a rising action if you think about it. There is just a constantly increasing tension because the minister will not tell the reason for concealing his face with the veil
The 'Moose' wants to change his role from left tackle to carrying the football. He wants the kind of recognition that goes along with scoring a touchdown. The coach for the Bedford City Bears denies the 'Moose's' request.
Charlie starts to notice that he also will start to go back to the way he was before, just like Algernon.
A star rising just before dawn.
The rising action is the stage of the plot that leads up to and comes just before the climax. The part that comes after the climax, but before the conclusion, is called the falling action.
The two rising action in The Graveyard book are when the baby's (Bod) family is being murderd and he narrowly escapes into the graveyard where Silas confronts The Man Jack and erases his memory say that he just heard a fox.
All plots are basically structured the same. You just have longer to tell them in a novel than you do in a short story. You still have a beginning, rising action, climax, falling action, and ending.
The tension peak is also called the climax. It occurs just before the end of the story and is followed only by falling action or denouement.
The rising gas prices will affect teenages just as the rising gas prices affect everyone.