Jacqueline Davies Writing Styles in The Lemonade War

Jacqueline Davies
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Point of View

The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies is told from two points of view, both of them third person, limited. First Evan's point of view is offered, and then in alternating chapters, his sister Jessie's viewpoint is explored. This allows the reader insight into both sides of the ensuing conflict. Both are strong primary characters, but if one had to pinpoint who the main character would be, one could make a good case for Evan. However, Jessie is such a strong secondary character that it is difficult to definitively categorize.

Language and Meaning

The use of language in this book is geared toward what an average 1st-3rd grader (U.S. based) would encounter. It is also excellent reading for a reluctant reader as the language is, for the most part, lively and humorous. At times the word selection that the author is limited to makes...

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