93 pages 3 hours read

Margaret Peterson Haddix


Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 2008

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Essay Topics


Many rules of time travel are defined in Found. Pick three, and explain why following or breaking each rule would be safer for the existence of time. Do you think each rule should be upheld or broken? Explain your response.


One of the major themes in Found is the idea that things believed to be true are not. In Chapter 20, Jonah’s understanding of the world is broken when he sees Angela disappear. Think of an experience that greatly altered your understanding of how the world works. What about that experience made it so jarring? How did the experience change how you think?


Chip, Jonah, and Katherine grapple with who they are throughout the book. Compare and contrast the different struggles of each character. Are Katherine’s questions different from Chip or Jonah’s because she is not adopted? How do the different ways Chip and Jonah learn about their adoptions contribute to their struggles?