What are five instances when Leigh Botts receives some positive feedback from adults? Leigh learns from reading. Some characters to consider include:Mr. Fridley, Miss Neely, Angela Badger, Bonnie...

What are five instances when Leigh Botts receives some positive feedback from adults?

Leigh learns from reading. Some characters to consider include:Mr. Fridley, Miss Neely, Angela Badger, Bonnie Botts, Bill Botts, and Mr. Henshaw.

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The author Angela Badger also praises Leigh's writing, which is a huge deal to him. Up until this moment, Leigh has not viewed himself as an author. He has a poor self image, as a "mediumish" and "plain" boy. Although Leigh doesn't think he is anything too special, he also tells Mr. Henshaw that he wants to be a writer, and asks for writing advice. So although Leigh is writing letters and diary entries through the whole book, he has not viewed himself as a real writer. But Angela...

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