Fire and Flood

Differences and similarities

Fire's and Flood's Differences

The writing in Fire is neat and ash like. Fire's setting is in the outback. Fire's storyline is about a fire. Fire's story is told from an open point of view. Fire rhymes. Flood's writing is watery and all over the place. Flood's Setting is in the city. Flood's storyline is about a flood. Flood's story is told from a dog's perspective. Flood doesn't rhyme.


They both have an animal on the cover, Fire has a cockatoo and Flood has a dog. They both have natural disasters in them. They both affect humans, animals, plants and man-made objects. They're both illustrated and authored by the same people. They both have a one word heading. There both published by scholastic. They both use great descriptive language.