If someone invented a homework machine, and you had the chance to use it, would you? After all, you'd have more time to learn other things, like playing chess, or getting exercise. On the other hand, you might not learn your class work as well, and isn't it dishonest? These are the questions that four fifth grade students are wrestling with in this book.
This book is similar to Because of Mr. Terupt, because several different characters tell what led up to an important incident from their unique perspectives. However, it is simpler because the vocabulary is not as advanced, and it uses fewer characters to tell the story.
I say who's that and he says it's Leonardo da Vinci and I say isn't he the dude who was in Titanic and he says no he's the dude who painted the Mona Lisa and I say the Mona what and he says oh forget about it. Have another cinnamon roll. So I do."
The best discussion questions, of course, are generated by and contemplated by readers. These questions are designed to avoid major spoilers about the book, and to provide a starting point for teachers, parents, and student reading groups.
**Questions coming soon**
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