Canbourne Cove Character Analysis

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The sky was raining ever so slightly over Canbourne Cove High School. In Canbourne Cove, there was a student named Sam Salvatore. Sam was what every kid would call a nerd. He would complete all his learning tasks to a high standard. He was a typical kid, he had brown eyes, brown hair and wore glasses. He was one of those students who would do their top button up. If he didn’t have it done up he could not continue his day. However, Sam had a sad side. Other students would tease him because of his physical appearance. Especially ‘The Bower brothers.’ Bradley, Barry and Ben. They weren’t really brothers, that’s just what people called them. Sam was a little bit over weight compared to the other students.
People would tease him because he was slow in sports, didn’t wear certain brands of clothes and did his work. What the other students didn’t know was that Sam was highly intelligent and was studying to become a astronaut. Everyday during class ‘The Bower Brothers’ would throw spit balls and paper balls at the back of Sam’s neck. He felt the slimy saliva oozing down the side of his face. Sam would just ignore them. But it was hard when he was
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‘The Bower Brothers’ thought it was a good idea to kick dirt in his face. Yet Ben was just tagging along. At this point in time Ben had the realization that this wasn’t right. Just looking at Bradley and Barry made his blood boil. Ben told them in a voice a little quieter than a yell, ‘it isn’t fair what you’re doing’. Their faces turned as red as a cherry. They were so embarrassed because one of the boys had turned against them. You could see the beads of sweat forming on their faces. Ben asked them 'How would you feel if i was picking on you' Their eyes started welling up with tears. 'Just because you are popular does not mean you are any better than anyone else.' Ben firmly stated. Bradley and Barry had no clue that Ben felt so passionate about

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