Monday, February 9, 2009
Post 25 -The Unwelcoming Committee
1. How does doing unimportant things save trouble?
2. What does it mean when it says, "Milo, who had learned by now that people are not always what they say the are..." (p. 216). Give me an example from the novel and one from real life? Can you think of a play on words, cliche, etc. that would fit this idea? Mine is: Don't judge a book by its cover. You must find a different one. Happy hunting.
3. List the new characters we meet in this chapter and give a quick description of each one.
4. Which character is the most evil? Why do you feel/think this way?
5. Out of the characters you have discovered, which one would you most likely be able to have adopted to your family and share bunk beds with? Why?
6. Why are Unenlightened Mountains home to evil? What images do you get in your mind when you read this chapter? What STRONG, VIVID words pop into your mind? You may use some from the chapter, but then expand into your own adventure of vocabulary.