The Key to the Golden Firebird Topics for Discussion

Maureen Johnson
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How does May's role in the family change after the death of her father? How does she feel about these changes? How do her sisters react to the changes?

Why does Mrs. Gold seem to depend more on May than Brooks or Palmer? How are they alike? How are they different? Is May right when she accuses her mother of turning a blind eye to Brooks's behavior?

How are each of the girls dealing with their father's death at his 1-year memorial? How is their mother dealing with things?

How does Brooks change from the beginning of the book to the end? What are some of the critical moments in the story which changed Brooks? Is she more mature at the end of the story? Why or why not?

Is Brooks right, was Palmer head-hunting when she hit the girl with a wild pitch...

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