Jack was so happy when the mean fat black cat brought Skitter home! He started to have second thoughts about the mean fat black cat.
When Skitter came home, Jack realized how much he liked cats. He also realized how he changed in poetry. At first he hated poetry, but he loved it now.
HATE THAT CAT
In the story, the setting is in room 204, Miss Stretchberry's room, at Jack's school. The problem in the story is that Jack hates and has a problem with cats and poetry, but changes in the end.
Some of the main characters in the story are Miss Stretchberry, Jack, his mom and dad, Skitter Mckitter, and the mean fat black cat. Some examples of alliteration are chocolate chalk and purple pencil. Assonance examples are cat, fat, and black. Consonance examples are
The actual story is called Hate that Cat by Sharon Creech.