I noticed that Rafe is like the opposite of most people in his school, he doesn't like what most people do like, "I'm late for english!!! stop hugging"(176).
I realized that Rafe wants to out power her sister Georga so he can exceed in his life in school
James Patterson writes an enormous amount of conflict into his story in order to show the reader how Middle school is a time of great conflict. James patterson states many problems middle schoolers could have to try to show readers what middle school is like.
This story starts with a lot of conflict straight away with Rafe having many problems with experience. School is tough for Rafe so he tries his best to be a leader, but he has to go through a lot of conflict to be one.
I believe that Patterson is preparing us. He includes mental problems, physical problems, and even arguments. In the book, many examples are shown that proves clearly what could actually happen. He makes funny, humorous books. But he does include valuable information in his novels. For example, “I’m late for English, STOP HUGGING!!!” (176). When his sister Georga tries to make a good point of view of something, Rafe will completely change it to make it Bad and disgusting. Also, Rafe the main character has many problems to deal with at home. Including what he thinks is a really annoying sister to have, Georga. He and his sister are battling all the time. Usually never making a good statement. This carries on to school to stating problems that tell readers what could really happen in their middle school experience. The problems that Rafe have to go through are critical and can be only solved by help from other people just like real life. Because James patterson emphasizes these constant problems that are happening in the novel, He could prepare students better for middle school.
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