Rascal Book Report
Reading Class 2015-2016
How the Setting Affects the Plot
Rascal, curious, Rascal tries many different foods, likes to touch and feel shiny objects, and he likes to adventure in the woods.
Point of view and Why it is important
The point of view is important because if it were from anyone else's point of view, the story would be very different. If it were from Rascal's, he would probably talk about what he thought about everything, and we probably wouldn't know why he was put in a cage. If the point of view was from another person, they probably wouldn't understand why he has a pet Raccoon, or what he is going through.
2. Internal, Sterling does not want to put Rascal into the cage he was forced to build.
3. Internal, Sterling must decide if he is going to let Rascal free in the wild, or try and keep him.