- 1 How was mealtime at the Sleets house different from mealtime at home?
- 2 Why was eating with the Sleets strange for Bud?
- 3 What did the boys eat in Bud Not Buddy?
- 4 What happens in Chapter 11 in Bud Not Buddy?
- 5 Why is there a family in Hooverville that sits apart from everyone else?
- 6 Where did Mr Lewis and Bud spend the night?
- 7 What does Lefty Lewis daughter do with Bud?
- 8 Why did Lefty Lewis want to drink after bud?
- 9 Who was the woman that awakened bud at Lefty Lewis home?
- 10 What does Bud always sleep with?
- 11 Why did Bud pull out his jackknife?
- 12 Why was the blue flyer important to bud?
- 13 Why was Mr Lewis friendly to Bud?
- 14 How did Lefty Lewis help bud?
- 15 Why does Bud cry at the end of Chapter 14?
How was mealtime at the Sleets house different from mealtime at home?
How was mealtime at the Sleet’s house different than mealtime at the home? At the home, the boys were not allowed to talk at all during meals. The Sleets talked continuously through the meals.
Why was eating with the Sleets strange for Bud?
Bud notices that it’s harder to eat with the Sleets because they talk a lot and they want him to talk too. This is hard for Bud because the Home taught him to eat quietly after grace. Bud has never had a chance to learn this happy way of “eating” because of his time at the Home.
What did the boys eat in Bud Not Buddy?
Bud’s embarrassed about looking so hungry, but he forgets his embarrassment pretty quickly when he’s offered some food. What kind of food? Well: “… muskrat stew, and there’s plenty left over tonight” (8.92) in old tin sardine cans.
What happens in Chapter 11 in Bud Not Buddy?
Bud lets him back into the car but unlocks his side of the car in case the man pulls anything funny. They head toward Flint for the night. Trying to figure out what to do with Bud, the man asks him lots of questions about his family, and Bud tells him his father is Calloway.
Why is there a family in Hooverville that sits apart from everyone else?
Deza then tells Bud that he is different from other boys who hop trains and travel aimlessly throughout the country because he keeps family inside his heart. Essentially, the poor white family is racist and they refuse to accept help from black people.
Where did Mr Lewis and Bud spend the night?
Mr. Lewis is heading to Flint to take blood to the Hurley Hospital and says that he’ll take Bud to Grand Rapids after he drops the blood off. He lets Bud stay at his daughter’s house, and she allows Bud to spend the night there. After Bud eats breakfast with Mr.
What does Lefty Lewis daughter do with Bud?
What did Lefty Lewis’ daughter do when she heard he had been teasing Bud? She called Child Protective Services. She slapped her father on the arm. She asked her father to tease Bud some more.
Why did Lefty Lewis want to drink after bud?
Why didn’t Lefty Lewis want to drink after Bud? Bud back-washed into the bottle. Bud was sick and Lefty Lewis was afraid of germs. Bud drank it all and there was nothing left to share.
Who was the woman that awakened bud at Lefty Lewis home?
Who was the woman Bud was awakened by that first morning at Lefty Lewis’ home? She was Bud’s mother. She was a nurse at the hospital.
What does Bud always sleep with?
When Bud lies down, he does a little trick that helps him fall asleep. Bud takes his blanket out of his suitcase and pulls it all the way over his head. Then Bud takes a deep breath with his head buried underneath his blanket.
Why did Bud pull out his jackknife?
Bud pulled out his jackknife because Bugs jumped on him while he was sleeping.
Why was the blue flyer important to bud?
They are important to Bud because he strongly suspects that the musician is his father, whom he has never met. He particularly treasures one of the flyers that is blue in color, because it reminds him of his mother’s last days before her death.
Why was Mr Lewis friendly to Bud?
Lewis stops for Bud because he is a kind man, and he knows that Bud is young and in a dangerous location. Mr. Lewis wants to help get Bud to safety.
How did Lefty Lewis help bud?
Lefty is also someone who believes in causes and is willing to take risks. He helps illegally print flyers for the labor organizing movement, daring to do his part to help suffering workers. It is Lefty’s trust, concern, and compassion for others that spur him care for Bud temporarily and deliver him to Herman E.
Why does Bud cry at the end of Chapter 14?
He realizes that out of all the places he’s been, he is finally where he belongs. Bud refuses to let Herman “scare [him] out of this,” and before he knows it, he starts to cry. All these feelings make Bud feel overwhelmingly grateful for the comradery he has been able to find with the band within such a short time.