As Brian went back to school, he ran into some trouble. He gets in a fight with another student named Carl. Brian almost beat him to death. Someone called the police and an ambulance to take Carl to the hospital. The policemen took Brian to his house to tell his mother. The policemen recommended that he should go to counseling.
Byron started to change when he said “Yes ma'am” to Grandma Sands. Kenny started to change when he told Grandma Sands “He can follow directions real good, Grandma Sands, he’s not as dumb as he looks.”Byron also changed when he told Kenny not to go to Collier’s Landing even when he could have easily gone with Kenny. “I really wanted to go see where some kid drowned and now By was choosing this time to listen to what a grown-up told him”. Kenny changed when he decided to go to Collier’s Landing even though Grandma Sands warned him. “Oh, man! Collier’s Landing…”Finally, both Byron and Kenny changed in the middle, when Kenny drowned and Byron saved him and started to cry like a kindergartener baby. “... all I could do was sit there and let Daddy Cool nibble on my head like a kindergarten
Even though Kenny and Byron are similar, they are also different. While Kenny is smart, and can read, Byron doesn't really pay attention, nor does he care about his schooling/education. Kenny is scranny, and tries, but fails
In the beginning of the movie, the family is sitting in the livingroom, bundled together because of the cold weather in Michigan. Byron has an attitude and he is sitting in the love seat by himself, kind of far off from the family. The father and mother tells Byron
Bryon has dark hair, dark eyes and a baby-face. He is 16 years old and 5”10. Bryon enjoys hustling and fighting. In the beginning of the book, Bryon is immature. In chapter 1, Curly Shepard tried to jump M&M but Byron saved him. Not very long later, he wanted to beat up a stranger because he was different. By the end of the book, Bryon was mature. In chapter 10, Bryon knew his best friend was doing something illegal and still called the cops on him. In the book, Bryon’s friend is Mark. Mark’s parents killed each other in a drunken fight so Bryon and his mom decided to let him live with them. Bryon loves him like a brother. Bryon knew Mark wasn’t the most legal kid in the world and knew he was hot-wiring cars and stealing money. Bryon never told anyone though. He could never tell on his brother.
Throughout time, everyone goes through changes, whether they’re big or small. Some people become a completely different person. In the story “Touching Spirit Bear” by Ben Mikaelsen, a boy named Cole changes his whole attitude towards others. Cole becomes a different person at the end of the story. Cole Matthews
A dynamic character is defined as a character that undergoes a change throughout the course of a story. In the novel That Was Then, This Is Now, by S.E. Hinton, Bryon, the main protagonist of the story, starts realizing that he is changing and growing up, but he also realizes
One of these differences is that Kenny is smart and Byron is not so smart. Kenny shows this trait when he reads to other classes higher than him even though he is in 2nd grade. Byron shows his trait when he doesn’t do as well as Kenny and he just happens to be in the same 5th grade class that Kenny was reading to. One of the other differences is that Kenny is mature and Byron is immature. Kenny shows that trait by not doing stuff he shouldn’t be doing and doing the right thing, but Byron does stuff he shouldn’t be doing like dying his hair red and getting a conk. And he sometimes disobeys his parents’ orders and talks back to them. There are some other differences that Byron and Kenny
Everybody fights in the world about similarities and different similarities like Byron and Kenny in the book Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis. Byron and Kenny are so different. They don’t really have that many similarities. Byron and Kenny have only four or three similarities. Byron and Kenny
In the cay Timothy is trying to get Phillip to make some blankets out of leaves, he says over then under, but Phillip yells at him saying "I tell you, I can't see!" Then Timothy slapped some sense into him and he helped. Timothy felt like he was doing all the work until Phillip started working,
Bryon was seen was a Saint Bernard puppy. He was large with dark hair and dark eyes. He was known as somewhat of a hustler, lying to girls saying he loved them when he didn’t because he was really into chicks. He lied when he thought he could get away with it. His family, his mom and Mark, couldn’t afford much. Consequently, when his mother was in the hospital they became very poor and had to buy used clothes. He loved to fight as long as he wasn’t the victim of the fight. He sometimes can have a guilty conscience. Standing up for M&M showed he
Well-well-well byron sure is one big instigator.In The watson’s go to birmingham -1963,the two brothers byron and kenny definetly do not get along.Mostly because byron always gives kenny bad attitude, bully’s him,and has some really bad
door, and he hears his Mom coming downstairs. His Mom says " What are you doing? " Ron replies " The Bus is going to come by 6:30 AM, so I got
Who has changed the most in the novel? Was it Byron or Kenny? I think that Byron has changed a lot from the inside and outside in the novel.This is because in the beginning he is lazy and rude to everyone, second when he gets his hair cut off and starts acting different, and last when he starts caring about everyone and stops being rude also. This is why I think Byron has changed the most in the novel.
After summer vacation starts, Greg's mother Susan announces that the family is going on a road trip. At a cheap motel that night, Greg and Rodrick decide to go to the pool, but find that there is no water in it. There is a hot tub nearby, but it is