By Kathy Hoopmann
Whilst Lisa discovers a derelict hut in her good friend Ben's yard, she delights in exploring the remnants of an period long past. think her shock while nice Aunt Hannah strikes right into a nursing domestic within reach, and divulges that when she used to be a servant in these very rooms. The previous girl attracts Lisa into the artwork of lace making and during the cross-crossing of threads, Lisa is helped to appreciate her personal Asperger Syndrome. yet nice Aunt Hannah additionally has a mystery and now it really is as much as Lisa to confront the mysterious lacemaker and positioned the previous to leisure.
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How could she consider others when every bit of energy she had went into trying to behave at the stupid 31 party? All she wanted to do was curl up with a good book on her bed by herself. “Oh stop it, Lisa,” Mum snapped. “It’s not as if I’m taking you to a torture chamber. ” Mum stared hard at the road and drove faster. Lisa pulled out the blue satin, rubbed her ears and whimpered all the way. 32 Chapter 5 The Door W hen Mum pulled into Ben’s driveway, Lisa slowly trudged into the house. She ignored the greetings from Ben’s Stepmum, Mrs Jones, went straight to the bathroom, shut the door and changed out of the party dress into her favourite baggy shirt and shorts.
He already knows,” Ben said, heading for the stairs. ” 48 “I don’t think he believed you though,” Andy said. Lisa followed the boys reluctantly. She wasn’t hungry and the mysteries of the room were much more interesting than food. Once she was outside, Lisa stopped and looked back at the little hut nestled into the bushes. It seemed sad and lonely. For a moment she could have sworn she saw a face staring out of the darkness, but she blinked and it was gone. 49 Chapter 8 Food, Horrible Food M r and Mrs Jones had arranged a lovely afternoon tea on a table beside the pool.
It’s gone now,” Ben said as he handed Lisa a torch. ” 42 Chapter 7 Secret Rooms H olding the powerful torches, Ben, Andy and Lisa took their first steps into the unknown. The light cast weird shadows on the rough red-brick walls and the room smelt stale. The air was still and as their feet brushed up dust from the dirt floor it swirled around in little eddies and floated in the torchlight. “Creepy,” Lisa said staying close to Ben. Along the walls were remnants of a past age. Pots and pans hung from large rusted hooks.
Lisa and the Lacemaker: An Asperger Adventure by Kathy Hoopmann