Indian and the cupboard book report
Indian in the cupboard questions
Omri has to keep his Indian a secret for fear of an adult finding out. You know how looking at a math problem similar to the one you're stuck on can help you get unstuck? I can see where they're coming from, starting with the outdated term Indian, as opposed to Native American or Iroquois, in this case. Because the cupboard has a lock but no key, Omri's mother suggests looking through her box of keys. The bell rings before Omri has to explain. For Omri's birthday, Patrick gives Omri a toy Indian and his brother Gillon also makes a present of a cupboard. I think the book was set in a moderately sized town, because Omri walked to school everyday, and if it were a big city this would be an impossible task for a young boy. To protect the anonymity of contributors, we've removed their names and personal information from the essays. After school, Omri races home and discovers that the Indian is plastic again but in a different position than before.
All along Omri had been dropping hints about having a real Indian but he would not allow Patrick to see him. Patrick is thrilled with Boone and wants to see how Boone and Little Bear will act with each other. The toy store owner sees Omri put Boone and Little Bear in his pocket and thinks he is trying to steal, but Patrick arrives and vouches for his friend.
Indian in the cupboard theme
For Omri's birthday, Patrick gives Omri a toy Indian and his brother Gillon also makes a present of a cupboard. Reading example essays works the same way! It's hard for me to see how having an Indian as a toy is racist, when there is also a caucasian cowboy, a caucasian English soldier, and others who are in the same position. Upset by the sight of so many Indians dying, Little Bear shoots an arrow into Boone's chest. The two begin to fight and accidentally ruin Little Bear's dinner. Omri had a brother named Adiel. Omri thought it was a bad idea but brought the toy to life anyway. Any time you spend will show how much you value learning and education. Episode Reviews. The boys go on a frantic search to find the key to no avail. Omri finds him a female called Bright Stars. I can see where they're coming from, starting with the outdated term Indian, as opposed to Native American or Iroquois, in this case. Giving up their unsuccessful search for the key, the boys turn on a Western movie showing settlers and Indians fighting. Captivated by Little Bear, Omri ignores his friend Patrick, but his friend brings him the gift of a cowboy figure. Intent on defending himself, Little Bear attacks Omri by stabbing him in the finger with his dagger.
Movie tie-in: Producers often use a book as a springboard for a movie idea or to earn a specific rating. In the morning he discovers that the Indian has come to life!
At lunchtime, he sneaks away from school to a store to buy a plastic Indian figure of a chief. As he crawls into bed, he hears scratching in the cupboard, opens it and discovers the Indian is alive again!
Boone and Little Bear exchange insults and argue over breakfast but don't resume their violent fight.
Indian in the cupboard book cover
After watching and back and forth conversation with Omri, Patrick abandons the idea of turning all the plastic figures into real people. Omri declines the gift, knowing Little Bear and the cowboy would fight. Omri again decides not to tell any adults about this because they might turn Little Bear into a science experiment. Omri offers Little Bear a plastic teepee for the night, but the Indian insists on building a longhouse. Tommy provides medicine to help Boone heal. I actually liked the way he spoke, and was amazed at his way of cutting right to the heart of the matter with a very limited vocabulary. Book reviews cover the content, themes and worldviews of fiction books, not their literary merit, and equip parents to decide whether a book is appropriate for their children.
Omri and Patrick find the cupboard, but the magic won't work because the key is missing. I think the book was set in a moderately sized town, because Omri walked to school everyday, and if it were a big city this would be an impossible task for a young boy. There, Omri discovers a key that fits the cupboard.
When Omri sees that Little Bear has become real, he believes the cupboard and the key are magic. Essays may be lightly modified for readability or to protect the anonymity of contributors, but we do not edit essay examples prior to publication.
The bell rings before Omri has to explain. He retrieves the key and climbs out of the hole just in time before the rat reaches him.
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