Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech End of Novel Project Ideas
This 3-page document is one way to help extend the text for your students for the book Ruby Holler by the Newbery award winning author Sharon Creech. This document contains ten project ideas for your students to use at the end of the book. An example of one of the projects is: The story only had 66 chapters. Your job here would be to write Chapter 67 the way you think it would have been. Make sure to include a title. Your chapter should be about a page in length. Besides the projects, included in this document is a grading rubric and an on-going IPod activity that students can use while they are reading the book.
Ruby Holler is a delightful book about a beautiful, mysterious place where one may discover that it's never too late to be loved and hope is always nearby. Ruby Holler will take you on a journey of Dallas and Florida, and their experiences with being orphans. Mr. and Mrs. Trepid operate the Boxton Creek Home for Children, but will Dallas and Florida stay there? Or will their dreams take them to special place? Dallas and Florida have been shuffled between foster families and orphanages all their lives, longing only for a loving place to call home. Ruby Holler seems to change lives forever.
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