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I rate this book a five out of five because the author does a good job of putting you in the moment of the book and you feel like you're in the shoes of the character. Walter Dean Myers writes this book as a screen play. This book is told from the point me Steve Harmon. Steve's parents are shocked when they find out that he was apart of this hold up. Steve is a good student and Steve tells is friend Mr. James King that he will help them with this robbery by being the look out and to give them a ...

i read this book for my criminal civil justice class in 11th grade is a awesome book and thats one of the best parts "THe Best TIME TO CRY IS AT NITE..." THis is a Must have like a Pair OF NIKES

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I used this novel in a high school English course and I found it to be very effective. Students enjoyed reading Monster because of the film-script/journal format and the easy-to-relate-to subject matter. Easy read and great book to use with universal themes and cultural archetypes. ...

Monster is a novel that really makes teens think. Steve Harmon has always thought of himself as a "good kid", so why is he on trial for murder? As a high school English teacher, I am always trying to explain to my students that one wrong decision could have a life changing effect. Also, that the people they chose to hang out with is a direct reflection of them. This novel teaches those lessons and is a great novel for struggling readers.
Monster is written as both a screen play and jour...

Monster, by Walter Dean Myers, is a very good book. Monster is about a 15 year old boy who is on trial for murder and robbery. The fast pacing is great for anyone 13 and up. In the book the main character, Steve Harmon, is in jail. Steve Harmon shows his experience through a movie script, he being the director and the reader also sees his notes and journal. One sees through his eyes what he feels, sees and thinks about the prejudice he faces as a young African-American man. The dialogue is reall...

Erick Uribe 2/25/07
Monster
Author: Walter Dean Myers ISBN:0-439-20217-5
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What would you do if you were taken to jail because of a murder you didn't commit? That is what happens to Steve Harmon when Mr. Nesbitt, the owner of the local drugstore ,is found dead. Ms. Petrocelli, the prosecutor, will do everything to make him go to jail while his lawyer, Briggs, is trying his best...

Monster

Monster is a book of a teen named Steve who is accused of being a look out for a robbery that took place at this Harlem drug store. The owner of the store was shot and killed. The next day he is arrested at his own house. Now he is in jail awaiting trial for the murder that he did not commit. Steve writes his situation in a type of movie script. In his journal he vividly describes the horrible condition of his confinement. Steve tries hard to convince the jury that he ...

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Is the true person that you are reflected in the mirror when you look at yourself? Or is the true person you are reflected in the eyes of society? In Monster, Walter Dean Myers explores this in such a way that you are forced to think about both sides of this question. The story follows the trial of Steve Harmon, a sixteen year old African American boy who considered himself innocent of the murder charge he is facing while all those around him are trying to make the label of monster stick...

Sixteen-year-old Steve is on trial for murder. But he's having trouble understanding why. "What did I do? I walked into a drugstore to look for some mints, and then I walked out. What was wrong with that? I didn't kill Mr. Nesbitt" (p. 140). Nothing is wrong with that, of course--unless the purpose of that casual trip was to give the "all clear" for a robbery that ended in the murder of the store's owner. Then, something is very wrong.

By structuring the book as a movie script being ...

Steve Harmon is a sixteen year old black teen on trial for murder in the state of New York. Steve is supposedly an accopmplice in the murder of a store owner. but as the story unfold Stev seems to be less and less involved in the murder. as the book goes on the trial is much too mild mannerd to be a beiveable trial for murder. also the small amonts of time devoted to describing steves life in prison represented in thhis story are hard to believe and border on being stupid. but overall Monst...

If you are looking for an unbelievable book that will keep you reading, then this is it! Monster, by Walter Dean Myers, is a powerful book in that Sixteen year old Steve Harmon is black, and in jail. He is on trial for murder. Steve likes to make films and had the idea that If he were to make a film of what happened in his trial, he could become famous. The book is written as the script for the movie.

I like how Walter Dean Myers made Steve's character by combining the stories and...

My son loved it so much he asked me to read. It's a good lesson for everyone....

Sixteen-year-old Steve is on trial for murder. But he's having trouble understanding why. "What did I do? I walked into a drugstore to look for some mints, and then I walked out. What was wrong with that? I didn't kill Mr. Nesbitt" (p. 140). Nothing is wrong with that, of course--unless the purpose of that casual trip was to give the "all clear" for a robbery that ended in the murder of the store's owner. Then, something is very wrong.

By structuring the book as a movie script being w...

"Sometimes I feel like I have walked into the middle of a movie. Maybe I can make my own movie. The film will be the story of my life. No, not my life, but of this experience. I'll call it what the lady prosecutor called me...MONSTER."
Monster is a well-written book by Walter Dean Myers. Myers writes a story of a murder and who was involved and if he was guilty. I think that this book has a great plot that doesn't want to make you put it down.
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