Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy Point of View
based on the book by Gary D. Schmidt

Reverend Buckminster tells Turner to write three essays about the story of Aeneas.
In each essay, he looks at the story he is reading from a different character's point of view.

Select any character from this story except Turner. Respond to the questions.

How does this person feel about the new family in town?

What does this person initially think of Turner?



How does the character's opinion of Turner change as the story unfolds?


How does Turner feel about this character?


From your perspective, was this person's behavior in the story admirable or despicable?


"You see how important it is to view the story from different perspectives?" Reverend Buckminster

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