By Lilliana, 5th grade, Maryland
Rules about rules
Book: Rules (None)
Prompt: Write a letter to the author of this book. In your letter describe a part of this book that could have been better. In this letter, explain why you did not like this one part of the book. Be very clear so that the author will know exactly what you did not like about the book. For a bonus, tell the author what he or she can do to make this part better.
I adored your book Rules, and my would love to read more novels written by you! Even though I loved your book, I thought you might like to hear some feedback from one of your readers.
Some parts were untouchable, but others I didn’t favor as much.
For example, when Catherin was thinking about all the things David had done, he didn’t seem to act up throughout the duration of the book, and I thought it would be interesting to see Catherine’s reaction in the heat of the moment. Also, I would like to add that I thought you should have added a perspective from Jason’s point of view, after all, he is a main character, and someone vital to the story line. In addition, I thought it was strange when Jason, who could not talk and had a communication book, understood what Catherine was saying, after all, some of the words she used weren’t in his communication book, so how would he understand? I think that it was strange how he had known the words Catherine was using, but had never used them himself. In conclusion, I adored your book and hope to read another one soon.