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Zoobreak Gordon Korman 2009 Nonfiction. Brady P period 5. Setting. In the classroom, in the afternoon. It is important because Griffin Bing was writing about when Mr. Drysdale got a fifty dollar fine for unsafe driving. Characters. Conflict.

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setting
Setting
  • In the classroom, in the afternoon.
  • It is important because Griffin Bing was writing about when Mr. Drysdale got a fifty dollar fine for unsafe driving.
conflict
Conflict
  • Savannah Drysdale’s pet monkey was kidnapped and put on a floating zoo, but Savannah and her friends have to get her pet monkey back before the floating zoo sets sail.
  • This type of conflict is Man v.s. Society.
summary of plot
Summary of Plot
  • Griffin and his friends are going to take back Savannah’s pet monkey before the zoo leaves.
theme
Theme
  • Never try to steal what isn’t yours.
  • Text Evidence 1:Boss, no---! : pg. 207
  • Text Evidence 2:The back hall! : pg. 211
  • Text Evidence 3:Freeze! : pg. 210
point of view
Point of View

The narrator’s point of view. It the reader understand each person’s feelings and choices.

It would be different if it was told from Griffin’s point of view. Because it would be like he was writing a diary.

symbolism
Symbolism

A Zoo:

I chose this symbol the main thing that is focused on is animals in a safe zoo.

recommendation
Recommendation
  • I recommend reading this book because there is a lot of actions and choices throughout the book.
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