Wagged his tail
Winn-Dixie is a large dog, so the size of his heart is big.
Winn-Dixie is a loving and well-behaved dog.
Winn-Dixie has the heart of a bear.
Winn-Dixie likes to read books.
Miss Franny threw the book War and Peace at the bear.
The men in town teased Miss Franny about the bear.
The bear was reading the book in the woods.
Miss Franny thought Winn- Dixie was a bear.
To show that divers need to be more careful when swimming in the ocean
To suggest that the coral is not important to the animals of the ocean
To show that the divers need a place to swim
To suggest that the broken coral can grow back
The men come in and rescue Miss Franny.
The bear takes the book and leaves.
The bear tries to eat Miss Franny.
Miss Franny runs away.
They both like palmetto trees.
They are both funny and outrageous.
They are both lonely and like stories.
They have both read War and Peace.
The narrator says she sometimes feels sad and friendless in the new town.
Amanda Wilkinson had read Johnny Tremain.
Miss Franny is older than the narrator.
Amanda Wilkinson is pinch-faced.