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Rules- By: Cynthia Lord

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Transcript of Rules- By: Cynthia Lord

Rules
Protagonist & Antagonist
The protagonist is Catherine, she is a very caring sister. She is always there for David and stands up for him when he is in bad situations. She is always helping David learn.

The antagonist is Ryan. Ryan is a bully to David. He makes fun of David because he was born with a disability. Ryan calls him names and makes fun of how he looks in his face.

Rules-By: Cynthia Lord
Catherine is a girl that just wants a normal life.
She doesn't believe that is possible when you
have a brother with Autism. Catherine makes up
rules that David attempts to follow. One day she goes to David's clinic and meets a new boy named Jason. Jason is unable to speak, he has a wheelchair and a communication book. He can hear things but not talk. Catherine becomes really good friends with him. Catherine at least wants a summer best friend that lives next door. Will that work out and will she end up with the normal life she imagines?
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One conflict in Rules is when Jason's mom doesn't allow Catherine to draw a picture of Jason to hang up in the clinic. Catherine drew a picture of every student at the clinic. They hung the drawings up in the clinic lobby.
Conflict
The main setting is at the clinic. The clinic is where David goes to get special help with his disability.
Setting
Cure Autism!
Resolution
I agree with the resolution of this book strongly because no matter who you are or how you look you should always treat people the same. Catherine ended up figuring out that her life will never be normal or perfect because nobody has that picture perfect life. She also realized that her life didn't need to change, just because David has Autism doesn't change whether her life is perfect or not.
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