Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja Themes & Motifs

Marcus Emerson
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Ninjas are not all bad

Ninjas are not all bad, argues Marcus Emerson in his novel Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja. Early in the novel, Chase runs down what most people think about ninjas: that they are bad, that they are sneaky, and that they do harm to others. Chase explains that this is not necessarily true. This could easily be expanded to a broader idea that not all stereotypes are correct, with ninjas just being one example.

As the novel gets underway, all of the evidence seems to point to the idea that ninjas are bad. The ninjas under Wyatt force Chase and Zoe to steal a purse and to eat four-leaf clovers. They kidnap Brayden and refuse to let him go until Chase, Zoe, and Brayden agree not to say anything to anyone about the ninjas. When Zoe refuses to stay with the ninjas...

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