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Where can you put messages from a boy and you can only hide it in a drawer?
Pick a book or magazine that is pretty thick, that you can keep in your room. Put the notes in between the pages. Then put the book in your drawer, or better, on a shelf where you can only see the spine. You'll find it's really easy to get them and see all the notes you like. You can also pull out the drawer and tape an envelope to the back of it. Make sure the drawer opens and closes easily with the envelope in place. Don't fill it too much.
Remember, the drawer isn't the best place. It's very easy to find the notes there.
Can you hide things in a CD case without it being suspicious???
San Antonio, Texas
You can hide little things, like notes and some paper money in a CD case. Make sure you don't crack the plastic, because it's fragile, especially at the hinges.
I have one question. Could you tell me some places I could hide myself. That would be cool if you could tell me one or two places I could hide.
Where can you hide yourself? Well, that depends on how big you are, where you are, and what you're hiding from. For instance, if you're hiding from a hungry brown bear, not being smelled is very important, and it's more important to have a javelin or a helicopter. Otherwise, here's an idea: in the back of an adults' closet. (Don't tell THEM we said so, but parents often have big walk-in closets. Since their clothes are long and usually come near the floor, you can hide behind dresses or suit bags or hanging shoe holders.) Some houses have sloped roofs. If a closet leads into one of those roofs (many do) then you're in luck. More room to hide. Maybe you can try to make a fake wall there? It's no different than the fake wall in the book, only big enough to hide you. But don't make a mess or step on things and get in trouble. And remember, you need to breathe.
Expert Advice: We know a thing or two about hiding a thing or two.