Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon
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Author: Paula Danziger
Subject: Best friend must move away, life changes
Setting: USA, contemporary
Amber and Justin have been best friends since they started school together. When Justin and his family must move away because of his father's new job, Justin deals with his fears by hiding his feelings. Amber is hurt and the two friends stop speaking, but they are reconciled before Justin moves away.
|Lexile Measure: 720
Grade Level: 3
|Gender of Main Character: Girl
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In the story, Amber Brown is really tired of being teased about her name. It is a "pet peeve," which means it is something that really annoys Amber. What is a pet peeve that you have? Write a paragraph describing your pet peeve.
An ordinary appearance can mask hidden strengths and weaknesses. Amber Brown is certainly a memorable character. The author has done a good job describing Amber's appearance and personality. Write a paragraph describing Amber.
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