Fish in a Tree


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  • Conflict
  • I'm so dumb, I can't read!
  • Main Character and Trait
  • 2/4/16
  • February
  • Secondary Character and Trait
  • Mr. Daniels
  • I know how to teach you to read Ally!
  • Help Ally
  • 1C123
  • The conflict occurring in my book is man vs self. Ally never knew how to read, she felt dumb and hated herself. The kids at her school always made fun of her.
  • Setting
  • 1C124
  • Hey!
  • Hey Ally
  • Ally is hardworking. She never was taught how to read. Ally stayed after school every day willing to do anything just to be able to learn how to read.
  • Favorite Part
  • Mr. Daniels is caring. He stayed afterschool with Ally to teach her how to read. Mr. Daniels was giving up his free time to help Ally feel good about herself and finally read!
  • Least Favorite Part
  • Welcome Room 16
  • The setting in Fish in a Tree is at school. This an important place because this is where Ally made friends, made mistakes, learned to read, and most importantly finally found a teacher that believed in her.
  • My favorite part was when Ally got elected for president, this showed that she's smart and people liked her. Ally was finally proud of herself and felt confident.
  • Class President Ally Nickerson
  • My least favorite part of the book was the beginning of the book. It explained all the negative interactions Ally had with her previous teachers. This was boring but important to the story.
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