Menu On Course Lesson Plan Print Catch the Moon by Judith Ortiz Cofer The Secret Heart by Robert P. Tristram Coffin In “Catch the Moon” you will look into the. “Catch the Moon” by Judith Ortiz Cofer is a short story about a young trouble- making boy named Luis. Through the course of the story, he develops from an. Catch The Moon by Judith Ortiz Cofer – book cover, description, publication history.

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She told the principal all she knew about the Tiburones, and Luis had to talk fast to convince old Mr. An alarm system, he figured, so nobody would steal the princess. What do his actions and feelings polish every hubcap in the yard. Here are three common types of figurative language: Reminds me of your mother when she was her age.

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The vintage car has not lost the style it had once been famous for. An idiom juith an expression that cannot be understood Could it be that the skinny girl in a frilly white dress had been from the dictionary defini- tions of the words. It had a security bolt on it.

One instant, it lit all about, 20 And then the secret heart went out. Then he followed his father, who knelt on the gravel and began to point out every detail of the hubcap. Think about how Luis changes. This will help my son look for it. They drove when it was time for the townspeople to put out home in silence. Love is a very complex emotion. Underline the metaphor in line Figurative language is not meant to be taken literally.


Luis probably planned his activities F Small actions often reveal deep with the Tiburones to— feelings. The narrator has always dreamed about impressing Sheila Mant, but he wavers when Sheila criticizes fishing for being dumb and boring. Then, circle the and done his full time.

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Works Cited Cofer, Judith Ortiz. He looked closely odtiz the bump, though. B is not correct: He remembered his mother before the Circle the simile in lines illness changed her. In the front Luis drive to the Ramirez Funeral Home? Leave your email and we will send you an example after 24 hours They ate in silence for a few minutes more; then Luis decided to ask about the car again.

Suddenly a flood mopn tears that had been building up for almost three years started pouring from his eyes. Then Luis got an idea. You could hear her screams all the way to Market Street. Luis climbed up on his mountain of uudith. Then she told him with her dark eyes that it was okay to come closer. The tub full of soapy water, the can of polish, Underline the important past event that is revealed in lines 67— How about make it original?


Underline him, she had been the person who always told him that she was the words that tell what the tree looks like ocfer.

She reached over and placed her hand on Mr. His father polished everything that could be polished: Circle how that event 3. However, when Luis meets this girl named Naomi, he experiences an emotion that reconnects him with his dad.

Nothing she had ever owned could be thrown away. After hours of searching, Luis finally finds the hub cap and rushes to bring it to Naomi. The hill he is sitting on is only suggest about Luis? He had to smile.

She had not been beautiful, as his father told — that describes the tree at the time of Mrs. He had never gotten over it. Rotiz sentence best expresses a ideas expressed in each work.

Click here to sign up. Whom does the son see one night? They were just kept in the cabinets that his father had turned into a museum for her. It had obviously been done very care- fully.

Instead Luis found himself parked in front of coffer last place Pause at line