1. Teacher's introduction
2. List of characters
3. Guiding questions for each section (66 in all). The questions encourage readers to a deeper understanding of the background, themes, and characters of the text. They are designed to stimulate thought, discussion and interpretation, not to test, and can be used for self-study, homework, group discussion in class, jigsaw groups, formal presentations, written answers, etc.
4. Background on the banning of this book
5. Ideas for classroom discussion and presentation, further reading,
6. Three graphic organizers (character perspectives, plot structure, self-image) for annotation
7. Vocabulary activity and test (with answers).