At one point in Paperboy, tLittle Man realizes that TV Boy is deaf because his mother speaks to him using sign language. Prepare a presentation for the class demonstrating sign language as a means of communication.
Several times in the narrative of Paperboy, Little Man faces bullying as a result of his speech impediment. Develop a presentation that examines the impact of bullying and ways to address this issue in schools today.
Develop a collage using old magazines, newspapers, etc., that explores a major theme in Paperboy.
Draw your interpretation of a character from the novel. Artistic ability is not important, but your drawings should reflect the narrator’s description to some extent.
Create a model, drawing, etc. depicting one of the main settings in Paperboy. How do you think Memphis would have looked in 1959?
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