Jerry Spinelli. By: Madi Denton, McKenzie Manning, Maleya Fleming, and James Glass. Table of Constance. Childhood Family Books he wrote Career Book Overviews Book Talks and Reader chair prompts! Timeline Compare and Contrast Word Search Puzzle. Childhood.
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By: Madi Denton, McKenzie Manning, Maleya Fleming, and James Glass
McKenzie’s book talk- Q:What have you learned from Eggs about people, families, friends, life in general?
A: I have learned that everybody needs friends and family even if something terrible has happened in your life.
Madi’s book talk- Q: If the author could have written one more chapter, or an epilogue in Milkweed, what do you think it would have included?
A:If he had to write another chapter it would probably be about Misha telling his granddaughter about why he made her middle name Jaine.
James's book talk- Q: How did this book Smiles to go measure up to your expectations?
A: When I got it, I had no idea what it was going to be about. So no it kind of didn’t. But all the same it was still a good book.
Maleya’s book talk- Q: How did Wringer provide a new type of reading experience for you?
A:I’ve never read a book about personal problems, usually I read mysterious books.