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Lemonade Mouth: Adapted Movie Tie-in Edition Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Mark Peter Hughes
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Topics for Discussion

Lemonade Mouth uses a number of quotes from a number of sources. Which one best emblematizes the book? Which others are good candidates? Explain why the one you chose is closest to the heart of the book.

Evaluate the claim made in the Providence Phoenix that Lemonade Mouth is like Everyman. Using examples from the text, argue for or against this proposition. How does the book provide support for your argument?

Whose story is 'Lemonade Mouth?' What are two or three ways you could answer that question, and what evidence would you use that argues for one definite answer?

What lessons does Lemonade Mouth teach? What lessons do the characters themselves learn, and what lessons does the book itself teach? How do these different lessons relate to each other? Are they similar?

How does the book portray the failure at the Catch A RI-Zing Star performance...

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