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Transcript of Remarkable
The setting takes place in a town called Remarkable. In the beginning, the story takes place in the day and towards the end it takes place in the night.
The publisher is Puffin books and it was published on March 7, 2013.
An imprint of Penguin Group (USA) Inc
In the story, the main characters are Jane, Angelina, Anderson, Penelope, and the Grimlet twins.
This story is about a girl named Jane, who is just plain ordinary and has no special talent, while everyone else has special abilities. When Jane meets the mischievous Grimlet Twins her life begins to become less ordinary.
There are many problems in the story, here are just a few. Jane isn't sensational like everyone else in the town and she begins to feel left out. Grandpa John doesn't want the town's music loving sea serpent to be discovered when they play the the fifty-seven bells. So he steals the ropes to the bells and then ends up going to jail.
The problem is solved when Jane realizes that she doesn't need to be perfect at everything she does like everyone else. Grandpa John gets out of jail because there needs to be room for three other pirates. Then the mayor notices that Grandpa John never stole the ropes, it was actually Lucky.
The author's purpose is to entertain because it's a fiction story with sea serpents and pirates.
Author's Purpose and Tone
The author's purpose is to entertain and make the readers laugh out loud. It's a fiction book with talking sea serpents and five pirates. At the beginning, the tone and mood is unhappy because Jane does not feel good about herself. In the end, the tone and mood is happy because Jane sees by just being ordinary you can be extraordinary.
I would give this book five stars. It is a great book and if you enjoy reading adventure and mystery rolled into one, I would definitely recommend this book.