• Exposition 1

    Exposition 1
    Griffin and his friend Ben are spending the night in an abandoned house.
  • Exposition 2

    Exposition 2
    Catonsville, Griffins neighborhood.
  • Exposition 3

    Griffin an eleven- year- old , his mom , dad , and his friends.
  • Rising action: Conflict

    Rising action: Conflict
    S. Wendle cheated Griffin by telling him that abaseball card wasn't worth a lot of money but it was.
  • Rising action 1

    Griffin talks to Ben about stealing the baseballcard back from Swendle.
  • Rising action 2

    Ben disagrees with Griffin's idea of stealing the card back for 3 days.
  • Rising action 3

    Rising action 3
    Ben's rides by Griffin's house and sees that his house is for sale.
  • Rising action 4

    Ben decides to go along with Griffin's planned heist.
  • Rising action 5

    Rising action 5
    Griffin and Ben's friend had their friend Savannah talk and play with the guard dog at the shop, so that it would be familiar with them at the time of the heist.
  • Rising action 6

    Savvanah found out about Ben and Griffin's plan and decided not to help them any longer after she got the dog to be nice.
  • Rising action 7

    Rising action 7
    Ben snuck in the shop and waited in a crate until morning to let Griffin in. Griffin then looked for the safe.
  • Climax/turning point

    Climax/turning point
    Ben anf Griffin realized that the safe was not in the shop.
  • Falling action 1

    Griffin and Ben found out where S. Wendle lived.
  • Falling action 2

    Falling action 2
    Ben and Griffin put together a team of their friends to break into S. Wendle's house to find the safe.
  • Falling action 3

    Falling action 3
    They sent S. Wendle a hockey game ticket to get him out of the house so they can go in.
  • falling action 4

    falling action 4
    They entered the house through a window.
  • Falling action 5

    Falling action 5
    They searched the entire house for the safe, trying to find the baseball card.
  • Resolution 2

    Resolution 2
    The police found out that Griffin and his friends had stolen the baseball card back from S. Wendle. They gave the card back to the original owner, an old woman that used to live in the abandoned house.
  • Resolution 1

    Resolution 1
    When they found the safe it was empty. The card was actually found in a turkey in the refrigerator.
  • Resolution 3

    Resolution 3
    Griffin and his family no longer had to sell their house because his family got so much publicity from the baseball card. It generated interest in his dad's invention, the SmartPick and investors wanted to back him through the whole process.