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Al Capone Does My Homework - Chapters 15 - 17 Summary & Analysis

Gennifer Choldenko
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In Chapter 15, Moose and some of the other children gather in Jimmy’s room. They plan to send a note to the convicts asking if they know about the fire in Moose’s apartment using one of Jimmy’s cockroaches. Annie worried they might get in trouble and Jimmy tells her she does not have to be involved if she does not want to be. While they are watching the convicts and guards, Moose notices that Lizard, Indiana and Count Lustig are friends and are always working together. They communicate through hand gestures and nods.

While the children are pretending to play on the balcony, Bea comes and accuses Jimmy, who works for her in the store, of stealing fifty dollars. Jimmy insists that he did not take the money. After Bea leaves, Jimmy tells the others it has not been the first...

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