Once there lived a china rabbit named Edward Tulane. The rabbit couldn't move or speak, but he could watch and listen, and he was very pleased with himself and his owner and his house. And then, one day, he was lost.
Those of us in Mr K's literacy groups have just finished reading this story. We started reading it in Week 2, have spent several literacy sessions writing to make connections to events in the story and have also examined the personality traits of the main character, Edward Tulane.
We have completed a survey about the book.
Here are some of our responses:
What did we think about the story?
That the book was very enjoyable and it made me get lots of emotions.
It was a good story but extend the ending of the book.
It was an interesting book and I think it was a book that I would like to Read independently
It was great it was full of suprises and had so many twists and turns
I think it was a short book and i had all these emotions about the book
The book was really interesting and it also had a lot of cliffhangers
I really enjoyed listening to the story its a really mind blower to me
It was really interesting and sad but supprising
I thought the book was really emotional in a way.
It was a very emotional book, funny along the way and really awesome.
Its a book that makes me want to keep reading it because its interesting to see what happens
I thought it was an amazing story because I really like books that have alot of action in them.
I thought that It was really good and I think this is one of my favourite books I've reed.
I thought it was really interesting and amazing
A interesting expirence of a unique story
It was really good im glad Edward found abalen agan there were some sad bits that were sad like Edward getting smashed.
It was great
I think this book was good because it was a different book
How would we rate the book out of 10?
As you can see, we really enjoyed the book. We have mapped out Edward's journey on the wall in our classroom if you want to come and have a look! We recommend the book to any students who like the kinds of things mentioned by us above.