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Al Capone Does My Homework - Chapters 23 - 25 Summary & Analysis

Gennifer Choldenko
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In Chapter 23, as Moose and Annie walk home from the warden’s house, Annie wonders how Piper could have been so stupid by not telling anyone what was happening. Moose reasons that she was using the money to help people. When Mrs. Mattaman and Theresa learn what Piper was doing, Theresa worries she is a criminal as well because the money she was taking from Piper was counterfeit.

Annie and Moose discuss their relationship with Piper as they try to play ball. Moose says that he would not want Piper as his girlfriend because he feels he cannot trust her. He does say that he thinks he should have been able to do something to stop Piper from what she was doing. Annie tells Moose that he cannot be responsible for everyone. Even though Moose has noticed several times that Annie looks different...

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