Finding common characteristics with the characters of American Dragons
Recently I read pages 65 - 95 in American Dragons, edited by Laurence Yep, and I was sort of confused because I really don't understand what poems are trying to tell you. I mean I can see what they are trying to tell but I don't fully understand it.
One line from this part of the book that stands out for me is: "'Unicorns don't even exist. not in my eyes' said Dana/" I thought this is a strong statement because she is saying that she isn't a little girl anymore, that she is an adult now.
Another line that I found amusing was: "...remembering not to always try to correct her mother's broken English" This stood out for me because something I get the same thought when my dad talks to me in English.
I am looking forward to reading the rest of this book because i may have some common characteristics with characters.