Um... I'm fine, thank your mom for me. I brought my food, but thanks again.
At the Restaurant
Excuse me, do you cook the vegetables without meat, and do you put sugar or honey in the tea?
You will get, now sit down.
Lou and his cousin, are about to walk to school, but there is a painter from New York painting their wall they've have since they were young.
In the Car
The Morris Twins decide to give the painter some food, but the painter turns down the food, and claims she has food of her own. Then the painter starts working again.
The Amazing Art
The painter went into the restaurant, and asked for some food, after see turned down the food from the Morris Twins, but the painter had a strict diet. Lou and his cousin were watching in the back.
Theme: Never Judge a Book by it's Cover
Lou and his cousin are in the car, talking about the artist, and how she was acting at the restaurant. The mother thinks it's because the painter is from a different state (New York), plus she's from the North, and they don't have that much manners, and they have a strict diet.
She's from the North, so she doesn't have as much manners as us.
The whole town gathered by the mural the painter painted, and stared in awe. Lou and his cousin notice some of the people in the picture look familiar, but the more they look at it, the more they realize it's them and their cousin that never returned, they read something at the bottom at it read, "To the People of Taliaferro Street, Dedicate This Wall of Respect, Painted in Memory of My Cousin, Jimmy Lyons."
Wow! This is fantastic!
In Memory of My Cousin, Jimmy Lyons
This is beautiful!
I think the theme of "War of the Wall" is never judge a book by it's cover because in the story, Lou and his cousin judged the painter way too fast, and they didn't have any clue what the reason was for the painting. Later, at the end of the story, they finally find out the meaning of the art.