In times of our life we all need to make choices. Choices could drive people apart, or bring things together. There’s not a thing called a good choice or a bad choice, it only depends what attitude you want to face it. Deciding what you want to do, and who you want to be is always important. In this story called “The Fifth of March”, Ann Rinaldi will show you what choices could bring you, but how influential choices could be. Think attentively while making choices during your life!
<<Some brief outline of the story>>
Rachel- An American colonist who had friends on both sides (British & American). She was working at the Adams’ but later got expired because she accommodated help for the British.
Mr. Adams- He was a lawyer, played an important role in the Continental Congress. Being a kind and impartial person, he took the case to defend British soldiers who caused injuries during the Boston Massacre on court.
Matthew- A British soldier who fell in love with Rachel but later escorted back to England.