I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906

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I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906

CharactersThe main characters in the book are Leo, Morris, and Wilkie. Those characters talk more and do more things. Leo is the narrator, Moris is Leo's friend, and Wilkie is Leo's worst enemy until a big/main event happends and then all of the sudden their friends again.

I Survived the San Franciscio Earthquake, 1906By: Lauren Tarshis

ThemeThe theme of the book " I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906" is to never give up. I know that that is the theme of the book because Leo and Wilkie keep trying to find Fletch. (Their used to be friend) They kept looking and looking for him and that paid off.

Reading Level/GenreThe genre of the book is historical fiction. I know that because the things in the book really happened. The San Francisco Earthquake really did happen in 1906. The reading level for the book is 3.8 and the lexile is 610.

Plot Summary" I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906 is a wonderful book that talks about Leo, Morris, and Fletch. It tells you how they survive the San Francisco Earthquake. Their are some rough things that happened to them like getting stuck in a pile of rubble and getting caught in a shed with Wilke and Fletch. Later on Fletch gets stuck and Leo and Wilkie don't help because Wilkie got stuck earlier and Fletch didn't help so their not gonna help Fletch which I think is payback. Will Fletch live?

Quotes Leo-" Leo couldn't run. The ground was shaking to strong." Fletch-" I was going to save you. I swear I was."Morris- "Morris doubled over, moaning in pain."

Setting of BookThe setting of "I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906" is mostly outside in San Francisco. Afew other settings are in Leo's house and in the libraray. I know the main setting is outside in San Francisco because that is where most of the story takes place.


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