The Community Center
An abandoned tenement
A sidewalk in Greg's neighborhood
Lemon Brown gives up his career as a blues singer.
Lemon Brown's wife becomes sick and dies.
Lemon Brown's son dies while fighting in a war.
Thieves try to rob Lemon Brown's treasure
A harmonica and some news clippings
A bag of gold coins
Some news clippings and a picture of his son
He wants him to be a blues singer.
He is afraid someone will steal it.
He wants his son to feel safe.
He wants his son to be proud of him.
He is killed in a war.
He is attacked by thieves.
He dies in an abandoned tenement.
He becomes a basketball player.
He is worried that Lemon Brown will not be all right.
He feels that Lemon Brown's treasure is worthless.
He wants to help Lemon Brown find a place to live.
He has developed a new appreciation for his father.
He does not want to get a lecture about being out after dark on a school night.
He is afraid that his father will think Lemon Brown's treasure is silly.
He wants to help Lemon Brown find a new place to live.
He wants to respect Lemon Brown's privacy.
The life of a blues singer can be extremely difficult.
People should respect what their fathers say and do.
The value of a treasure may be unrelated to how much money it is worth.
To play sports, you must work hard in school and get good grades.
Bad at math
Loves to be outside
Has a big family