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  1. Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH Written by Robert C. O’Brien Presented by Mrs. Dell

  2. Plot Setting Vocabulary Characters Favorite Scene Critique Connections Author Info Table of Contents

  3. Setting This story takes place on a farm in a rural area. The farm belongs to the Fitzgibbon family. Mrs. Frisby’s family lives in a cinder block in the garden. The Rats of NIMH live in the Fitzgibbon’s rosebush. Table of Contents Next----

  4. Plot Mrs. Frisby, a courageous widowed field mouse, with four children is faced with what seems to be an insurmountable problem. Her youngest son, Timothy, has pneumonia and is not strong enough to survive the move from their winter home in the garden to their summer home by the creek. If he stays, he will die when Mr. Fitzgibbon plows the garden. She seeks advice from the Owl who tells her to go to the rats that live in the rosebush. She discovers the Rats of NIMH were friends of her late husband, Jonathan. They help her with her problem. Table of Contents Next----

  5. Characters The characters are:Mrs. Frisby- a courageous widowed field mouse The Frisby children- Martin, Timothy, Cynthia, and Teresa Jeremy- a friendly crow Dragon- The Fitzgibbon’s cat Table of Contents Next----

  6. Vocabulary Lee- the protected side. The Rats moved the Frisby home to the lee of the stone. Pneumonia – a disease of the lungs. Timothy had pneumonia a could not breathe cold air. Table of Contents Next----

  7. Favorite Scene My favorite scene was when Mrs. Frisby flew on Jeremy’s back to visit the owl. She asked the Owl’s advice about what she should do to save her son. He said, “Go to the Rats.” Table of Contents Next----

  8. Critique This is an excellent book filled with action and adventure. It is a good example o the Table of Contents Next----

  9. Connections As I read this book, I made a text-to-self connection with the character of Mrs. Frisby. Mrs. Frisby and I are both the mother of four children. Like Mrs. Frisby, I would do anything I had to do to make sure my children would be healthy and safe. Table of Contents Next----

  10. Author Information Table of Contents Next----