1)I got to go, Mr. Harvey. This is a cool place, but I have to go."
(He stood up and did his hunchback number by the six dug- in steps that led to the world.)<= what does this mean? "I don't know why you think you're leaving."
2)After this he said, "You're very pretty, Susie."
"Thanks," I said,( even though he gave me what my friend Clarissa and I had dubbed the skeevies.)<= what does it mean?
3)What is technical term for any creature with a soft body that isn't divided into different sections? (I found "mollusk" but it's for those which usually have a hard outer shell)
You sure do like to read a lot of idiomatic English! Good for you.
1. ...did his hunchback number... Walked in a bent-over manner. (hunchback is some sort of spinal deformity sometimes called humpback, number means show or performance) dug-in steps steps that were worn down by feet, or were cut into the side of an incline. ...to the world that led to the world outside.