Touching Spirit Bear — Reader Q&A
Touching Spirit Bear - Chapter 2
Touching Spirit Bear Chapter Questions with Answers
All rights reserved. Even Garvey—the only person who hasn't given up on him—is an idiot and can't possibly understand. In his mind, even his parents don't care about him. They just dump him on each other now that they're divorced, spending most of their time drinking and arguing. Some hobbies, right? In fact, Cole is convinced they'd be happier if he was dead.
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Touching Spirit Bear
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Cole Matthews knelt defiantly in the bow of the aluminum skiff as he faced forward into a cold September wind. Cole hated his parents. His mom acted like a scared Barbie doll. Cole pretended to go along with all of the requirements of the circle Justice. What were his real intentions? Write about a time when rage completely overcame you and you were out of control. At least one paragraph - intro, supporting sentences, final statement.
In these chapters we are first introduced to Cole Matthews , a juvenile delinquent, who is on the way to an Alaskan village to be subjected to Circle Justice—a term we only later come to understand. The novel opens in the middle of the action, as Cole is travelling on a ship with Garvey , a parole officer of Tlingit Indian origin, and Edwin , an elderly Tlingit Indian who is helping with the Circle Justice process for Cole. A flashback explains to us how Cole got to Alaska in the first place. A native of Minnesota, he had been in the juvenile justice system for quite some time, and his wealthy and well-connected parents usually would get him out of trouble with the law. Recently, however, Cole broke into a store illegally, but when he bragged about it to one of his classmates, Peter Driscal , Peter turned him in. In revenge, Cole beat Peter up very badly, causing Peter head trauma and a permanent speech problem. Cole was taken back into juvenile detention.