• Question # 8:

    Posted by K. Grant on 2/16/2017 12:37:25 PM

    Why do you think Wendy Mass decided on the title, Every Soul a Star for her novel? In what ways do you think Ally, Bree, and Jack might be considered a “star”?

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  • Question # 7:

    Posted by K. Grant on 2/16/2017 12:37:14 PM

    Throughout the book, each character has a symbol associated with them (Ally- a crescent moon, Bree- a star, Jack the planet, Saturn). Think about the symbols and what you know about them and each of the characters. Do you think the symbols are appropriate? Explain.

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  • Question # 3:

    Posted by K. Grant on 2/16/2017 12:37:02 PM

    Melanie and Bree have very different advice for Kenny and Ally about how to survive in a new school. Jack also offers his own take on fitting in at school. Think about how each character’s advice differs. Who gives the best advice? Is it possible that neither of them is completely right or wrong? What advice would you give them?

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  • Question # 4:

    Posted by K. Grant on 2/16/2017 12:36:42 PM

    In what ways do the three main characters help each other to grow? Identify and discuss examples.

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  • Question # 5:

    Posted by K. Grant on 2/16/2017 12:36:30 PM

    On one of her attempts to walk the Moon Shadow Campground’s labyrinth, Bree has a brief conversation with Stella which ends with Stella saying, “Life is short, but it’s wide.” What does Stella mean by this? How are the lives of the main characters “widened” by their experience together?

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  • Question # 6:

    Posted by K. Grant on 2/16/2017 12:36:05 PM

    Their experiences together at Moon Shadow Campground seem to change Ally, Bree, and Jack. What are those changes? Who do you think has changed the most so far prior to the eclipse? Do you think the changes will last for all of them after the eclipse?

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