S: Playing with matches
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FC: Playing With Matches By Brian Katcher 2008
4: This book is a mix of first and third person. Its because the narrator tells the story. The main character Leon, also tells the story. I also know because we just learned about it. t
5: One day Leon Sanders sees the well known freak, Melody H. She is considered it because she got messed up in a house fire. Leon decides to tell her a lame joke and she somehow laughs and became friends. After a while they start dating. On the other hand he likes Amy G. Abruptly at the end of the high school dance he dumps her for Amy because he thinks melody's ugly. He is also getting sick of being made fun of. Both Amy and Leon have a good time together but Leon realizes that shes trying to change him. He then dumped her...Leon tries to get back with melody but fails. At the end they become friends again.
6: The moral of the story is to not judge a book by its cover because what’s on the inside is different than the outside. I think the mood of this book is joyful and regretful because of some of the choices Leon made. The tone of the book is humorous and settling because Leon is a lighthearted person.
7: I would recomend this book to others because it is funny and has a good conflict. I would recomend it to my mother. My connection with the book is being judged by looks.
8: The time period of this book was in the 90s and 2000s
9: The main characters are Leon, Melody, and Amy. Leon is a blonde 17 year old that is a cowardly nerd. Melody is a shy 17 year old that has no hair, nose or ears because of a house fire. Amy is blond, tall, and skinny that does not care what others think.
10: Melody looks like a female version of sloth.