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Al Capone Does My Homework - Chapters 4 - 7 Summary & Analysis

Gennifer Choldenko
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In Chapter 4, Moose tries to get Nat out of the way as the adults put out the fire. However, Nat is so upset she has stopped listening to him. When she finally starts walking and they join the rest of the children watching what is happening, Piper reminds Moose that she told him being a warden’s kid was hard. After the fire is out, Moose and Nat’s parents are still not back. They go to Jimmy and Theresa’s house for the night.

As Moose and Nat walk past a small group of adults, they hear Bea Trixle asking how the fire started. When she sees Nat, Bea accuses her of starting the fire. Moose responds that just because Nat does not act like everyone else does not mean she had set the fire. He defends Nat by telling the adults...

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