I never knew that but alright and your name is Beatrice right?
Yes, it is.
There are owls living here in the construction site, we cant let people build here.
Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen is about a boy named Roy who moved to Florida and he has to go to a new school. There is a bully at the school that Roy goes to. He makes some new friends along the way.
We don't want the owls to get hurt so we have to protect them
Here is this that you have been wanting.
Roy is going to get on his bus when he meets the bully of the bus. The bully is Dana Matherson. The setting of the book is in Montana, Florida.
Thank you so much.
Roy meets another friend and her name is Beatrice. Beatrice introduces her brother Mullet Fingers. Beatrice shows Roy that there are owls living at the construction site.
Beatrice, Roy, Beatrice's soccer team, and kids from Mr. Ryans class, all come up and link arms around one of the owl burrows where Mullet fingers is in. They all linked arms to let the construction site people know that they don't want the owls to get hurt.
Roy gave the file with all the information on the construction site to a news reporter. The news reporter was very happy to have the file. The file was important because it showed the laws that you had to follow to see if you could build on that property.
It turns out that the Mother Paulas Pancake House company didn't have the rights to build on the property. So the owls homes and the owls will be safe.