Fiction Response Sheet
Your Name: Chris Woolley
Book Title: Little Brother
Author: Cory Doctorow
Directions: Answer the following questions in as much detail as possible. Use separate paper if necessary. Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
botI would recommend “Little Brother” to a friend because I found it to be very interesting and suspenseful. It’s a book that and some exciting parts, kept me from taking my eyes off of it. Describe an experience or emotion that you share with a character or person in the book you read. Be sure to explain in detail both the character’s and your own experience or feeling and how they are similar. I share a similar emotion with Vanessa because when Marcus asks her to help him fight the DHS, she says she doesn’t want to be involved in something that serious. I find this relatable because I would probably do the same thing in her situation. Tell what you consider the most important event, character, feeling, or decision in the book and why. Use specific examples from the book to support your opinion. I would say the most important decision in “Little Brother” was when Marcus finally decided to stop hiding and bring out the evidence out into the open, becoming the DHS’ biggest target. Double Entry Journal (DEJ): While you are reading, you will need to keep a double entry journal of no more than six entries for the book you read: two entries from the beginning, two from the middle, and two from the end of the book. This journal will have two columns: The left side column is the place to write important quotes, scenes, bits of dialogue, and/or character descriptions. You must include a page number on which each passage appears. The right side column is where you explain why you chose this particular passage and how it made you think or feel. The DEJ template to be completed appears on pages 2-3 of this outline; a sample DEJ using the book Number the Stars is on pages 4-5. Book...
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