[2019] Lucas Uzdarwin: Save me a seat

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[2019] Lucas Uzdarwin: Save me a seat

One character trait I would use to describe ravi is respectful. A good example of this can be found on page 56. “Would you like to come up to the board? This is it the moment I've been waiting for. Yes mam.” This demonstrates being respectful because he doesn't initially say NO!

Another character trait that I would use to describe ravis is sensitive. A good example of this can be found on page 79. “Why must  be stuck here listening to baby stories.” this demonstrates being sensitive because he doesn't explain how he's not a baby to the teacher.

My favorite quote from the book was “ill announce her mistake in front of the whole class how sweet my victory will taste. The reason i liked this quote so much was because i like how positive he was about winning and making the teacher lose.

One theme that comes across in the story is perseverance. For example, on page 99, “joe remembers when he was little his mom use to kiss his injury but now she doesn't so he must of persevered through that. The bigger lesson I think the author is trying to make here is that you won't have a mom who always kisses your injuries you have to         persevere.

A second theme that comes across in the story is kindness. For example, on page 107, “ravi gets picked on a team of all girls and one of them decides to put another boy on the team so ravi won't be lonely. The bigger lesson i think the author is trying to teach here is always stick up for someone who's sad and make them happy.

PERSEVEREANCE

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SAVE ME A SEAT

main character: Ravi, an Indian boy who moves from India to AmericaSetting: Albert Einstein elementary, AmericaProblem: knows no one when he moves to the new school, and bully named Dillon

RESPECTFUL

KINDNESS

Sarah Weeks

Ravi

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Gita Varadarajan

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