Stop and Jots
- The giant climax and turning point is on the second page, so it makes me want to read more in the book. I like this way because the reader gets more in to the book.
- The hawk seems like it's stuck between a tree and corn stocks, I think that hawk will give all his might to get out of the tree and he will get.
- I'm think I know why hawk is getting captured and what this box is, I think these are hunters because the text said he got snared in a net. I also think that these are doctors trying to make hawk better, because the text said they gave him asthmatic.
Type of nonfiction: Literary nonfiction
Point of view: It seems liken the author is writing the book in 3rd person view.
Information the author really wants us to know
- The author is really stressing the moment were the hawk gets hit by the arrow.
- Hawk just broke his leg, the reader wants us to know that hawk is having a really tough time.
- The author is stressing the moment when hawk is getting better, because they are saying all these ways that he is building up his strength.
- The doctor named him arrowhawk because he got an arrow lodged in him.
So what's the point?
- Summarize - What message does the author really want us to take away from the text, or what was the author's purpose in writing this text? I think that humans shouldn't hurt nature because how would you like it if somebody just out of blue shot you with an arrow. I also think the reader wanted us to see how the hawk overcame a near death experience.