Everyone in school has learned that Pluto was a planet. Scientists always change their minds about everything—it seems. Let’s see what other people say about Pluto.
Brett: Pluto is not a planet, it is an ice ball.
Andrea: Yes it is a planet.
Ms.Watts: No, I don’t believe it is a planet. My students say that it is not.
Zack: it is a small planet.
James: It a meteor.
Mr. Straub: It is a planet but the definition keeps on changing.
Ms. Kelsey: It is a planet that’s what we learned in school.
George: Pluto is a moon.
Daniel: Pluto is a planet and I don’t care about it!
Grace: I don’t know I think it is a planet.
Mr. Souza: Pluto is not a planet. It is just an Icy rock.
Mrs. Roong: It is a planet it just keeps changing.
Khun Kaew: It is that’s what we learned in school.
Mrs. Salli Baker: it has been changed .No it is not a planet.
Sally: it is a planet.
Paul: it is a planet.
Nino: It is not a planet. That’s all I know
After reading what 17 people said, only 7 people said it is not a planet. In fact, IT IS NOT A PLANET ANYMORE. You know what this means? It means all the books in the library will have to be changed. It is a big loss for I.S.B. So do not check out any book about Pluto from the library.