Monster book questions and answers
Monster — Reader Q&AMar 16, Books. It may have been that mystery bag of candy we consumed at that sketchy gas station, but this quiz book ended up leaving a bad taste in our mouths. Let me first say that we did look forward to reading this when it first arrived. We love quizzing each other on a regular basis here at the office, especially when it comes to horror and all things monsters. But the way Cerreta tackles writing the questions — and answers — left us confused and sometimes frustrated.
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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. To ask other readers questions about Monster , please sign up. Answered Questions What did Miss O'Brien see that caused her to look away from Steve after his trial? Betty Trevino I believe the reason O'Brien looks away from him is because she is recognizing the difference between "innocence" and being found "not guilty. Steve himself recognizes his own progression from believing he is innocent for not having done his part in the caper and understanding that he is complicit in events that lead to the death of an innocent man. O'Brien has dutifully performed her job under the law but both she and Steve's father recognize that he proved himself capable of being a part of something very ugly.
How is it often described? A: As large in size with a long neck and one or more humps protruding from the water. Popular interest and belief in the creature has varied since it was brought to worldwide attention in what year? A: Evidence of its existence is anecdotal, with a few disputed what? A: Photographs and sonar readings.
What does Steve notice about the mirror in his cell in the prologue? What does Steve say happens at breakfast in the prologue? Steve says in the prologue that every morning he feels what? Steve says prison is like what kind of movie? Why does Steve start writing his own movie? View all Lesson Plans available from BookRags. Copyrights Monster from BookRags.
Even when it absolutely does not feel like it, you have a whole team of people on your side. Many of your classmates, teachers, and family struggle with some of the same things you do. There are a lot of us out there; we make up nearly a quarter of the population. There are no right or wrong feelings. However you feel is exactly that: how you feel. But just as no one else gets to decide what your identity is, you have to extend the same courtesy to others.