Follow the same procedure as directed in lesson one.
Why did the boy tell the children not to ask the mother if she brought anything for them?
How did the mother say that animals healed themselves?
Why did the mother buy the vanilla flavoring at the store?
What did the mother mean when she said, “You must learn to lose.”
Why did the boy wish that someone would give him an old book?
How did the boy feel when the deputy sheriff damaged the cake?
Why did the father tell the boy not to visit him again?
Twice in the chapter the mother says, “Whatever you do, child, act perkish and don’t grieve your father.” Why did the mother tell her son this?
How did he respond to her directive?
How did the boy compare the deputy sheriff to a bull?
The author describes the boy’s Christmas memories. Write a paragraph describing memories of a past holiday celebration, using descriptive sensory language.