Explain how Pinky and Rex changed and what lesson they learned by using details to describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges and what lesson they learn from the major events.
Book: Pinky and Rex and the School Play by James Howe — Ch. 3-4
How did Pinky and Rex change? What lesson did they learn?
Why does Pinky think that things were unfair?
Even though Pinky didn't get what he wanted, he tried to make the best out of the situation. Explain why.
What does the description "he could feel a lump growing in his throat" show about Pinky?
How did Pinky feel about his costume? Why?
Why did Rex's mom say, "It was only a play"? What did she mean?
Why did Pinky and Rex decide to be friends again?