1. At the beginning of the novel, during his weekly meeting with Rufus Henry, how does social worker Mr. Rubio attempt to let Rufus know he is aware of his Ernie Brown scrapbook?
At the start of the tale, social worker Mr. Rubio slyly attempts to let Henry Brown know he is aware of his Ernie Brown scrapbook by first asking him how he feels regarding his father. He next introduces the topic of football halfbacks into the conversation. Mr. Rubio finally admits that another youth who left the institution several weeks earlier told him about Rufus' scrapbook.
2. In the weekly conversation that social worker Mr. Rubio has with Rufus Henry where they discuss his Ernie Brown scrapbook, what news does he relay to Rufus?
In the weekly meeting that social worker Mr. Rubio has with Rufus Henry, he relays a couple of news items to Rufus. He informs Rufus that his mother now lives in the Durango Housing Project. This is where Baby Gibson, the youth who advised Mr. Rubio about Rufus' scrapbook, also lives. Rufus may now look Baby up when he goes home to his mother's. Mr. Rubio also informs Rufus that he will be leaving Pine Valley in several days.
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