Hoot Theme

by Sebastian salo

"Except for the force with it's Fading Streamers, the land bore no signal." Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen is a book about how the main character, Roy helps Mullet Fingers protects the owls from the pancake people. It is important to stand up for what you want to happen might really happen.

First, how Roy and Beatrice helped saved the owls after Roy, Beatrice Andy Mullet Fingers made a point and stood up for the owls. The reason people helped them because they proved a point.Also, to stand up for wildlife.It supports the theme by standing up for what's right and not letting the owls die.

Next,Mullet Fingers didn't care if the pancake people had legal papers or not.Roy tried to get Mullet Fingers to give up,but Mullet Fingers did not, he said he did not care that they had legal papers or not. Mullet Fingers wouldn't give up on trying to save the owls.

Finally, how the pancake people gave up on building the restaurant. The pancake people gave up on building the restaurant because Mullet Fingers,Roy and Beatrice did not give up and saved the owls. The pancake people gave up on building the restaurant because of Roy, Beatrice, and Mullet Fingers made the pancake people give up, it supports the theme because Roy, Beatrice ,and Mullet Fingersgot the pancake people to give up, so they stood up for what they believed in which was saving the owls Hiaasen, Carl. Hoot. New York: Alfred A. Knopf :, 2002. Print.

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