Explain how the idea that Herman E. Calloway was Bud’s father started.
Book: Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis — Ch. 9
What theme starts to develop in Chapter 9?
What detail from the story best supports the answer to Part A?
Read the quote from page 92.
“Ideas are a lot like that, that’s what the idea of Herman E. Calloway being my father started as, something so teeny that if I hadn’t paid it no mind it would’ve blown away with the first good puff of wind. But now here it was so big and important and spread out.”
Explain how the idea of Herman E. Calloway being Bud’s father started.
describes someone who is lacking information or knowledge
to eat very quickly