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Caddie Woodlawn Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Suggested Essay Topics

What influence does John Woodlawn's childhood in England have on his character?

Do you agree with John Woodlawn's decision to let Caddie run wild with her brothers? Why or why not?

How does Caddie's childhood make her different from the other girls her age in the book?

Are Caddie, Tom and Warren wrong to frequently disregard their parents' rules in favor of adventures? Why or why not?

Why is Harriet so reluctant to let go of her life in Boston and connections to her hometown?

What affect does Annabelle's visit have on Caddie?

Why do you think the Woodlawns still don't completely trust Indian John and his tribe, even though they have worked so hard to forge friendships with them?

How does Caddie and Hetty's relationship change over the course of the book?

Why do you think Harriet, Clara and Hetty decide they want to stay in...

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This section contains 152 words
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