Can't believe I have to spend a SUMMER at Grandma Sands house!
Climax of "The Watsons go to Birmingham"
Kenny explains how cold it is in Flint with fig. language. He explains his family had how many layers they need to stay warm. This is the exposition because the Watsons and setting are introduced.
Falling action of "The Watsons go to Birmingham"
A new kid named Rufus comes on the bus, and Larry Dunn throws an apple core at him. This is the rising action because the first problem happens.
Conclusion of "The Watsons go to Birmingham"
Don't worry I'm coming Kenny!
The Watson travel to Birmingham. This is the climax because it is the turning point of the book.
Theme of "The Watsons go to Birmingham"
A Birmingham church is bombed. This is the falling action because the conflict may be changing but the story is wrapping up.
Kenny gets depressed until Byron consoles him. This concludes the story because the story ends here.
Kenny, Kenny what's wrong? Are you crying because of your lazy eye?
The theme of "The Watsons go to Birmingham" is: "When help is needed, family is there for you anywhere, anytime." Because a lot of family contribution has happened in the story. This text shows the theme: "As soon as he got me on the shore and turned me upside down I felt like I was going to die!" This shows the theme because a family member helped Kenny from the "Wool Pooh". Byron even though he is mostly careless, he cares for his brother. So he helped Kenny.