Fifth grade is an odd year for Gary because in the book he says that the short nuns threw chalk at him, chased him with books cocked over their heads, squeezed him into cloak closets and on slow days asked him to pop erasers and to wipe the blackboards clean.
Gary Soto, the protagonist in Living Up The Street, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others.
One, he is brave. Two, he is smart. Three, he is athletic. These traits influence his relationships with others.
Now that I've made a Map from living up the street by Gary Soto, I am noticing that this book Living Up The Street is almost is like a poetry because of how he points out every single detail of his life to the book.
Fifth grade was an odd year for Gary because he went to a Catholic school named St. John’s. He was chased by nuns and got chalk thrown at him and was squeezed in a cloak closet. Gary met his teacher Mrs. Sloan who had a weird habit of chewing tar.
Gary goes to church with Rick and Debra, sometimes. After a month or so Rick and Debra stop going to church every day. They start watching television every single day when they don’t go to church on Sunday. Gary’s mom describes him as a “short-tail devil that needed God's blessing."
Now that I've made a map about Living Up The Street by Gary Soto I am noticing that I had a lot of fun places ,that are across where they live at but I think these places are working places because they had to get up every morning to do work and chores.
The issues that keep coming up are that they are terrible kids and they have no home training so they don't listen to they parents and they bully other people around the street. It says on page two that they throw rocks at cars and sodas at cars.
Now that I have made a map about living up the street by Gary Soto ,I am noticing that Gary Soto has a sister and a brother. They live in Bradly street in Fresno. Also one day the police was looking for his uncle Leonard because the had a fight in a bar. Also his brother and his sister was playing in the backyard ,they were pretending that the cherry tomatoes sane on his shirt.
The first three chapters of Living up the Street by Gary Soto might leave reader feeling sad because Chango is a boy whose life has been hard. He lost his dad. He says he is mean, but I don't think so. I think that he's mean because he lost his dad. If I lost my dad I will change the way I act.