Imagine that Henry was arrested. You are putting him on trial. Prepare your case on paper, giving all of your arguments for his crime.
Make a shoe box diorama of a scene from the book you read.
Tape a monologue from Henry telling about one of his life experiences.
Write up an interview with one of the main characters in this book.
Write a letter to your best friend about this book and explain why you did or did not like it.
Make a list of at least ten proverbs that the character in this book could benefit from following.
Make a collage that represents Henry's feelings or life events.
Create a timeline of Henry's major events.
National Issue Campaign
Write a speech about one of the issues Henry faced in this book and how this issue continues to affect...
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