|Ada Lace Sees Red
|Emily Calandrelli with Tamson Weston
|Write three (3) sentences which describe the Setting of the book. Be sure use descriptive words.:
|The book takes place at Ada Lace’s school and at her house. It’s during the school year and during a normal time of her life.
|List all of the main characters in the book, and share a little bit of information about each character.:
|The main characters are Nina, Ada Lace, and Mr. Peebles. Ada and Nina are best friends. They both go to school and they are in the same class. Ada also is building a robot named George.Mr. Peebles helps Ada makes George and gives her advice.
|If there was a problem presented in the book, write three (3) sentences about it. Otherwise, write three sentences about your favorite part of the book.:
|The problem was that there was a new art teacher – Ada Lace’s father. He gave Nina a + as a grade on her art assignment. But on Ada’s assignment the red looked like mud. She had to try and try to get it just right. She didn’t finish it that week. But if she finished it by the next Monday, she would get partial credit.There was another minor problem that Mr. Lace broke Ada’s robot.
|If there was a problem presented in the book, write three (3) sentences about how the problem was solved. If there was not problem, write three sentences about what you would have liked to have seen in the book that the author did not include.:
|Nina helped Ada with her art project. She got partial credit. Also, Mr. Peebles and Ada fixed the robot. There was a robot competition and Ada won.
|How did this book make you feel? Write three (3) sentences describing the feelings you had, when reading the book.:
|The book made me feel happy because Ada got her project done in time.
|Write three (3) sentences describing why you gave this book this rating.:
|I gave it this rating because it was funny and I liked the characters of Ada and Nina. I laughed at the robot competition when a neighbor of Ada’s was also in the competition. He tried to make his robot feed him cereal but the robot misjudged and put the cereal on his head and shirt.
Book Report: Ada Lace Sees Red by Emily Calandrelli with Tamson Weston