The thing about jellyfish quotes with page numbers

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The Thing About Jellyfish Quotes by Ali Benjamin

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The Thing About Jellyfish

12 Quotes from "The Thing About Jellyfish" to hang in your science class!

In reviewing my summer reading, I realized there was one book that I should have come up with discussion questions about but did not. Today I will remedy that oversight. But as I was reading, I realized there is another way to approach this book using Mrs. Do you think that by understanding science she can also understand life? But can she really prove this and does it matter?

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58 quotes from The Thing About Jellyfish: 'Sometimes you want things to change so badly, you can't even stand to be in the same room with the way things.
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When a tragedy occurs, the natural response for most individuals is to try to make sense of the event, attempting to understand how or why it happened. Upon hearing the news that her best friend, Franny, drowned on vacation, Suzy is desperate to learn the reason why — especially since, as Suzy stresses, Franny was an exceptional swimmer. Suzy's mother, overwhelmed by her daughter's questions, simply reasons, "Sometimes things just happen. During a class trip to the New England Aquarium in Boston, Suzy believes she's discovered the culprit behind Franny's death: the Irukandji jellyfish — deadly, transparent and potentially dwelling in the waters where Franny swam. After researching online, Suzy devices a plan to fly to Australia to meet jellyfish expert Jamie Seymour, whom she believes can confirm her hypothesis and, thus, give Suzy the answers — and perhaps closure — she seeks.


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