Missouri: Mark Twain

Finding the elements of story

I actually found a pretty decent kid version of Huckleberry Finn (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer #2: The Best Fence Painter (Easy Reader Classics) ).  Hmph, I obviously should’ve edited that before copying it.  Oh well.


  I’ve always enjoyed his story, but then I always enjoy stories with young scamps in them, or not so young scamps.  I like trickster characters………


Well, it’s a cute story that takes that portion of Huck Finn, and makes it into an easy reader.


I thought this was a perfect opportunity to work on elements of story.


In particular:



and of course:

Huck Finn characters


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