The War of The Wall- Lajwanthi Saravanakumar

The War of The Wall- Lajwanthi Saravanakumar

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  • A Morning Twist 
  • What is she doing to our wall?
  • I hate when these kids disturb me!
  • The Walk to School
  • I don't like when people mess with our wall. 
  • I agree.
  • After School
  • I love to work when people aren't disturbing me.
  • While the kids walk to school they see a painter lady painting their wall. They are very mad and wondering who she is. On the other hand, the painter lady just wanted to work and didn't want any disturbance from the kids while she was painting the wall.  
  • At The Paint Shop
  • Here you go, a white can of epony paint.
  • The two main characters, Lou and the narrator were mad and furious at the painter lady. Even after they told her to stop she still didn't listen. After they noticed she was not from here they knew for sure she has no rights to paint on their wall, it belonged to the kids of Taliaferro Street.
  • The Artistic Surprise
  • Taliaferro St. 
  • When they came from school they saw the painter lady tapping the paint brush here and there on the wall. The wall was slick with white paint everywhere. The children stood and watched the painter lady as she happily painted the wall. Then, she began coloring the wall with blue chalk.
  • Theme- Judgement 
  • -Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover-
  • After school on Monday, the boys were so excited to get out. They wanted to get black spray paint, but they couldn't find it anywhere. So, they went to a junky hardware store in downtown to get a can of epony paint instead. 
  • Thank You!
  • After they got the paint they went back and stopped to see the beautiful masterpiece which the painter lady painted at the corner of Taliaferro and Fifth. They were so shocked and admired how attracting the painting was. Half of the neighborhood gathered around the wall. The painter lady outdone her self and made the townspeople happy.
  • Wow! The wall looks beautiful!
  • To The People of Taliaferro Street I dedicate This Wall of Respect Painted in Memory of My Cousin Jimmy Lyons
  • I think the theme of the story is Judgement. I say this because the boys thought the painter lady had no right to paint their wall, but after she was done with painting the wall and left, the oppisite point of view of the boys took place. "Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover".  People can come and do something on your property but when that something is good you will feel happy that they did that in the first place and won't judge them.
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