Sunday, March 2, 2014

Where the Red Fern Grows #3

Title: Where The Red Fern Grows
Author: Wilson Rawls
Genre: Classic
Number of pages read: 169/245

  • 1st sentence: 
One social from that is always appearing constantly in this book is the boy's will to train his dogs and never giving up even when the time gets hard, and i specifically like it because it keeps setting high expectations for us in order to teach us to never keep trying with someone who we truly love. 

  •  2nd sentence:
Billy, the main character, likes the norm of never giving up with someone who means to you, and keeps (not) doing it throughout the novel. 

  • 3rd sentence: 
If Billy was transported to 2014, he would be shocked on how easy people decide to give up without even thinking about all the consequences.

  • 4th sentence: 
I think that Billy would embrace different people's willing to help others when in need, because it never really happened to him besides the help he received from his closest family. 

  • 5th sentence:
A norm that is presented in this book and today as well is loving and respecting your family numbers, and accepting them with all strengths and weaknesses they have.

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