Synopsis: Palmer is turning of age. He is becoming ten, the age when all boys in town become wringers. The problem is he does not want to be a wringer. Since an early age, when he first saw what a wringer does, he has dreaded the age. Now it is here.
Read Wringer and find out why this one boy does not look forward to growing up. At an age when children look forward to each new birthday, Palmer doesn't. Will he be able to break tradition and be himself? Find out.
This print and use workbook is a child-directed literature study that requires no teacher or parental prep time.
The format is an exciting new approach to studying literature. Each page engages the student in many interesting activities. Children will explore new vocabulary in its context and answer questions that involve them in the story. Learners reflect on their own experiences to better understand those of the characters. This process ensures full comprehension of the novel. Additional activities involve illustrating, sequencing, analyzing characters, and point of view.
The literature study concludes with an organized and detailed book summary. A simple rubric is included for grading the book summary.
Get involved with the story and become a better reader.
Total Pages: 44