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Reading guide discussion questions letters for grace through her memoir, letters for grace, author jane nicolet charts a ten-year journey of survival and growth following the unexpected death of her adult son and the ensuing loss of her marriage using personal poetry and letters to her son and metaphorical. (wuw p 41) 3 think of a time you grossly misinterpreted a person (of any race) or situation what information was missing that allowed you to draw the incorrect conclusion what in your belief system contributed to your misinterpretation ( wuw p 68) jodi picoult possible reader questions for small great things.