Explain why the chapter is called "Poopes isn't good for Starwood Park" by using details to retell how characters respond to major events and challenges.
Book: Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Takes Off by Jacqueline Jules — Ch. 6
Why is chapter 6 titled, "Poopee Isn't Good for Starwood Park"?
Why does Freddie get distracted at Starwood Park? Why was his chance to be a superhero over?
What does Freddie decide he is going to do with his superpower? Why?
Why does the author say that "his feet hummed like water rushing through pipes"? What does this show?
Why does Freddie return to Starwood at recess? What does he see?
Why does Freddie say his "brain was still dirty with questions"? What questions did Freddie have?
What did Freddie realize with the smoke? How does this help him try and solve the mystery?
Why does Freddie end by saying "even if Zapato Power couldn't solve all my mysteries, it could keep me out of trouble with Mrs. Lane"?