Which did you enjoy most? Why? (book, poem, cartoon)
What is something you enjoyed about The Little Prince?
What is an idea/image you experienced in Walk Warily that will stick with you? Why?
How would you describe "The Boy, the Mole..." to a friend?
What is your best "takeaway" from The Little Prince?
In "The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse," the four main characters have unique qualities. Which character did you more closely identify with? Why?
Each of these works deals with the theme of loss and mortality differently. What positive lessons can we gain from reading/watching these?
"The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse" uses simple, yet profound language and illustrations to convey its themes, whereas "Walk Warily" is quite complex in its language. How does the complexity of the narrative affect the way you experienced it?
Given everything we've discussed today, how do the lessons learned from "The Little Prince," "Walk Warily," and "The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse" apply to our own lives?
Should Mr. Carr continue teaching these three works together? Explain your reasoning.