Mrs. Butler's Book Reports


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Online Game

New Vocabulary:
1. bewilder: to completelty confuse or puzzle someone

2. crook: a thief, criminal, or cheat

3. presence: the physical existence of something in at a particular place and time

4. friendly: a characteristic of a suitable relationship between friends

5. scurrying: to move at a hurried pace

6. suitcase: a rectangle case used for carrying one’s belongings

7. gleeful: full of exultant joy; merry; delighted

8. miracle: an action or event that is amazing


On this page include the following information about your book:

Reading Standard 3.7

Give five examples of literary devices (simile, metaphor, hyperbole, alliteration, symbolism, personification, etc.) from the story.

Reading Standard

List eight words you learned and their definitions.