1.1 Message/Theme: The message
in the story is that you should
follow your heart.
1.2 How it is brought out in the book: The theme is brought out in the
book when Jacob is told that he is crazy because he thought he saw a
strange creature kill his grandfather. After that, Jacob goes to visit
the orphanage his grandfather lived in. Jacob discovers the other
children that lived with his grandfather, and discovers that a monster
did actually kill his grandfather. Despite being called insane, Jacob
followed his heart , and found out important information about his
grandfather, the other children in the orphanage, and even himself.
2.1 Time Period: Present Day/1940s (during World War II)
2.2 Location: Cairnholm, England
3 Ella Dethlefs
4 Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children
5.1 Miss Peregrine
5.1.1 Miss Peregrine is the
headmistress of the orphanage in
Carinholm, England and watches
over the peculiar children.
5.1.2 Miss Peregrine is a ymbryne, which is a
creature that keeps peculiars safe. They do
this by keeping them in pockets of time,
called loops, where that one day repeats itself
over and over again. For example, the loop
that Miss Peregrine is in, is September 3, 1940.
So, the day September 3, 1940. repeats itself.
5.2 Jacob Portman
5.2.1 Jacob is also a peculiar (although he doesn't
discover this until later in the book) his ability is
that he is able to see the strange creatures
5.2.2 Jacob is the grandson of of Abe
Portman, and discovers the peculiar
children. He is also the main character
in the book.
5.3 Emma Bloom
5.3.1 Emma is a very
courageous girl and a
very strong female
character in the book.
5.3.2 Emma lives in Miss
Peregrine's Orphanage and is
a peculiar. She is able to
create flames with her hands.
6 Main Conflict
6.1 Conflict: Jacob, along with the children
from the orphanage his grandfather
lived in, fight against the evil creatures
to keep themselves safe, and save their
headmistress, Miss Peregrine.
6.2 Cause: Jacob's grandfather Abe,
was killed by a strange creature.