Rules of the Road Topics for Discussion

Joan Bauer
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1. From what you have learned about Jenna in the first chapter, write a description of her, including her physical, emotional, and character qualities.

2. Jenna has an unpleasant encounter with her drunken father, telling her mother and sister, Faith, about it later. How would you advise Jenna to handle Faith?

Is there a way to shield siblings and still tell them the truth about a painful situation?

3. Jenna's best friend is her Grandma Boiler. Suffering from Alzheimer's disease and needing special care, Jenna's grandmother lives in a nursing home facility. On her regular visits to the nursing home, Jenna uses a memory board with her grandmother. What is a memory board? What is its purpose?

4. Jenna is flabbergasted that Mrs. Gladstone would want her, a newly licensed driver, to become her personal driver. She wants to be a good driver. Compile a list of the...

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