A TV crew interviewed Mrs. Breckenridge.
Megan kissed her great-grandmother.
Mrs. Breckenridge dismissed the newspaper reporter.
Megan's mom and aunt spoke on the phone.
At a mall
At a facility for elders
In a car
At Megan's house
She had been on the Hindenburg.
She lived through a big earthquake.
She has lived in three different centuries.
She was over one hundred years old.
Thier eyes opened so wide they made a noise.
They were surprised by what they saw.
They both closed their eyes at the same time.
Thier eyes hurt when they saw Mrs. Breckinridge's bright clothes.
She became more patient with her mother.
She became more interested in learning history.
She became more curious about her great-granfather.
She became more interested in visiting her great-grandmother.
Don't believe everything you hear.
Elderly people cannot be trusted.
Reading is important for everyone.
People become wiser as they age.
Her dress was full of holes.
She was confused after the wreck.
Her dress was uncomfortable.
She was telling the reporters that she dressed well.
When Megan and her mom let the reporters in
When Mrs. Breckenridge says she lives in the present
When Megan's mom confronts Mrs. Breckenridge
When Mrs. Breckenridge falls asleep
She wanted him to have a good story.
She felt he was interested only in her memories.
She wanted to amuse her daughter.
She didn't know she was not telling the truth.
To convince readers to visit their grandparents more often.
To make readers feel sorry for Mrs. Breckendridge.
To convince readers to learn more about historical events.
To entertain readers with an amusing story.
It adds conflict and makes the story more interesting.
It makes the readers feel sorry for Mrs. Breckenridge.
It provides the resolution to the problems in the story.
It makes readers pay close attention to Mrs. Breckenridge's tales.