Explain how Freddie’s feelings about his zapatos have changed and why by using details to describe characters and how characters respond to major events and challenges.
Book: Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Springs Into Action by Jacqueline Jules — Ch. 2-3
How have Freddie’s feelings about the zapatos changed? Why?
Read the following sentences from p. 15. "I was faster than a rocket! But still too young to leave the house without telling my mother." Explain what this means.
Describe Mom and Freddie's relationship.
Why does Mr. Vaslov give Gio a new ball?
What problem were the purple zapatos creating for Freddie?
How do the other kids on the playground feel about Freddie's super speed? Why?
Read the sentence from p. 16. "Zapato Power was the best thing on earth when I was alone. But when I was with my friends, it felt a little like cheating." Explain why. Is it cheating?
Why does Mr. Vaslov say that Freddie had lost his "superhero smile"?
The chapter ends by Mr. Vaslov saying, "Give me a few days to come up with something, Freddie. I'll do the best I can." What is Mr. Vaslov trying to come up with? What problem is he trying to solve?