Summary: Chapters 53, 59, 61
Analysis: Reverend Peters
Creative: In Chapter 61 Reverend Peters says he and Christopher should talk about “this” when they have more time. Imagine they meet again and have more time. Write a dialogue dealing with the topics “death”, “God”, “religion” and “eternity”.
Summary: Chapters 29, 31, 37
Analysis: Roger Shears
Creative: Write a diary entry by Roger Shears for the days when Christopher appeared at his flat in London.
Summary: Chapters 71, 73, 79
Analysis: Eileen Shears
Creative: Write a diary entry by Eileen Shears about Christopher’s investigations.
Summary: Chapters 17, 19, 23
Analysis: Ed Boone
Creative: Write a letter by Ed Boone to his mother in Bristol explaining why he hit his own son.
Summary: Chapter 179
Analysis: Order in Life
Creative: Write a letter by Christopher to Siobhan explaining why life always has to be in order.
Summary: Chapters 149 and 151
Analysis: Cartoons and Drawings
Creative: Write a dialogue between Christopher Boone and Homer Simpson meeting in the London tube.
Summary: Chapters 41, 43 and 47
Analysis: The London Tube
Creative: Write a report to the police by the pedestrian from chapter 227.
Summary: Chapters 131, 137 and 139
Analysis: The Author Mark Haddon
Creative: Create at least twenty interesting questions for an interview with Mark Haddon.
Summary: Chapters 157 and 163
Analysis: The Unique Writing Style of the “Curious Incident”
Creative: Imagine Christopher fifteen years later. Write a letter to Siobhan telling her about his life and his thoughts about the past.
Summary: Chapters 211 and 223
Analysis: The Stability of the Family
Creative: Write a dialogue between Christopher Boone and Sheldon Cooper talking about family life, logic and identity.
Summary: Chapter 67
Analysis: Logic, Reason and Mathematics
Creative: Write a letter to Christopher, explaining to him why people believe in God and which advantages they gain by doing so (see chapter 199 for hints).
Summary: Chapters 2, 3, 5 and 7
Analysis: The Role of Absences in Life
Creative: Imagine Christopher thirty years later. Write a letter to Siobhan telling her about his life and his thoughts about the past.
Summary: Chapters 107 and 109
Analysis: The Setting of the “Curious Incident”
Creative: Write a newspaper article about what Christopher achieves in Chapter 233.
Summary: Chapters 227 and 229
Analysis: Identity and Finding One’s Place in Life
Creative: Write a letter by some of Christopher’s classmates to Siobhan, telling her how they feel about Christopher.
Summary: Chapters 101 and 103
Analysis: The Mood of the Novel
Creative: Write a dialogue between Siobhan and Christopher’s father about what happened in chapter 157.
Summary: Chapters 113 and 127
Analysis: Christopher Boone
Creative: Draw a mind-map showing Christopher’s likes and dislikes.
Summary: Chapters 167 and 173
Analysis: Mrs. Alexander
Creative: Write a diary entry by Mrs. Alexander about the encounter with Christopher in chapter 67.
Summary: Chapter 233
Analysis: Christopher’s Disease
Creative: Write a magazine article by Siobhan explaining how parents should deal with a child with Asperger.
Summary: Chapters 193, 197 and 199
Analysis: Murder Mystery Stories and Sherlock Holmes
Creative: Write a diary entry by the police officer Christopher encounters in chapter 197. Include his feelings about the encounter and a personal conclusion about the event.
Summary: Chapter 191
Analysis: Judy Boone
Creative: Christopher has an own weblog. Write a blog post by Christopher shortly after he has discovered the letters.
Summary: Chapters 89 and 97
Creative: Write a full psychological analysis concerning the disease of Christopher Boone. Also include possible methods to help Christopher cope with his disease.
Summary: Chapter 181
Analysis: Minor Characters in the Novel
Creative: Write a final school report for Christopher: What lessons has Christopher learned about life throughout the last year.