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Milkweed By Jerry Spinelli

Milkweed (Random House Reader's Circle)

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  • In Milkweed by Jerry Spinelli, the protagonist (later named Misha) is orphaned and must determine an identity for himself even though he does not know where he has come from or what his cultural...

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  • Milkweed By Jerry Spinelli. Summer reading review. Genre. Historical Fiction. Setting. World War II (1939-1945) Warsaw, Poland On the streets, in abandoned buildings and later in the ghettos. Protagonist. Misha Misha assumes multiple last names throughout the book. Major Conflict: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

    Swiper25321 More than 1 year ago
    The book Milkweed by Jerry Spinelli covers the theme of survival. Milkweed is a very good book. Misha, Stoptheif, Jew, Gipsy, were some of the name the boy had. He stole his food, clothes, and much more. A man named Uri helped him because he was small, a fast runner, and great at steeling things he needed. The Nazi threw all the jews into the Warsaw ghetto including Misha. They did not get much food. Misha was small and able to get passed the wall through a small hole in the wall to steal some food for his new family and his friend that helped him. The book will make you want to cry and laugh. Misha goes through a lot during his childhood like cold winter nights, hunger, and cruel jackboots. Milkweed by Jerry Spinelli is a great book. It's very easy to understand and there are some things that go unexplained throughout the book. It makes you wonder what happens next! Your final review It makes me think that anyone can get through anything. I didn't think I would like it at first because I don't like reading but this book make me want to read more of his books. I loved it!

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