The answer seemed to invigorate the wolf that was again pounding at the door. "Maybe you should pay better attention," she said.
Alice would have mentioned her but since Seth already didn't believe anything that she said she figured he'd never see the girl.
Annie moved a little to the left her peasants dress shifting. “That’s because you’ve been ignoring me,” she said to him. Her voice raised enough that it had an eerie echo which still seemed to emanate from the girl. “You’re also mean to my friends.
The wolf seemed to slam against the door snarling for a moment before the sound and the pounding was gone. There was a small childish voice behind him starting with a laugh, “you don’t like my doggy?” The semi-transparent little girl asked.