1. What kind of things do Reggie and Benji wonder about during their drive out to Sag Harbor?
During the drive out to Sag Harbor, Reggie and Benji wonder about who else will be there when they arrive, who will come later, and who will not make it out this year.
2. How is life in Sag Harbor different than life in the city for Benji?
Life in Sag Harbor is different than life in the city for Benji because, in addition to being a beach town instead of New York City, the majority of people that Benji hangs out with in Sag Harbor are black. In the city, nearly everyone he hangs out with, especially at his private school, are white.
3. What made people think Reggie and Benji were twins as they were growing up?
People thought Reggie and Benji were twins as they were growing up because they were so close in age, they dressed the same, they acted the same, and they always liked to do the same things.
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