Ayaan Hirsi Ali Everyone followed the cartoon crisis, or the crisis about the cartoon drawings of Mohammed in Denmark.
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Educational Value Kids will learn about whaling at the end of its peak: Positive Messages The story poses thought-provoking questions about the nature of family bonds, friendship, loyalty, and survival. How can you stay true to loved ones when you become separated?
What would you do to survive? Sometimes well-intended or positive actions result in tragedy. Does that make the person bad? The book purports merely to lay out events as they came to be understood by narrator Hannah, without passing judgment one way or the other.
Becky has a harder time letting go of civilization and is more eager to return to it, but she eventually adapts fully to life in the wild and remains loyal to the tigers and to Hannah, even after rescue. The villain, a tiger hunter, is repulsive, and killing tigers is shown as wrong.
Violence Blood and gore are frequently described in detail, mostly in the context of hunting and killing to survive. Hunting and butchering whales for oil is described in detail. Shooting and skinning a thylacine is described. Main characters die violently.
People and animals nip and bite as warnings or to defend themselves. People and animals get shot with hunting rifles. Once, Hannah describes winter cold as "like having your bare bum whipped with a switch. Becky sees the tiger man doing a "rude thing" to himself, which Hannah is too young to understand and Becky refuses to explain.
Ernie shows Hannah his genitals and points to hers in an asexual attempt to communicate about gender without language. Language "S--t" is used frequently but always as a bodily function or product. Once dogs are mentioned as being "scared s--tless. Indigenous people are several times referred to as "black fellas" without any racist undertones.
The villain smokes and is an unappealing character. People and animals get shot with hunting rifles, and accidents happen. Hannah uses salty language not to swear but to convey information "s--t" and "piss" for body functions or product, except one instance of "pissed off".
The female thylacine is referred to a few times as the "bitch. Indigenous people are several times referred to as "black fellas" without racist undertones. There are mentions of adults drinking beer or whiskey.Supplementary resources to supplement Scott Foresman's Reading Street ( AND version).
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Moderation / Criticism / Exposition / Exposés David Aaronovitch. Catholics try, rather unconvincingly, to show how conferring sainthood is different in principle to the pagan apotheosis (the process that made Claudius, for instance, into a God), but the distinction doesn't quite wash.