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Al Capone Does My Homework - Chapters 26 - 29 Summary & Analysis

Gennifer Choldenko
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In Chapter 26, Moose tells Nat, who is rolled up in a ball on Theresa’s bed, that their father got hurt and had to go to the hospital to get better. She tells Moose that she wants to see him. When he tells her that she has to be sixteen to get into the hospital, she reminds him that she is sixteen. He tells her that she cannot go alone. Even though Moose thinks about how mad his mother will be with him, he considers FDR who would have done nothing if he had just sat around for the rest of his life after he got polio, like FDR’s father wanted him to do. He tells Nat he will take her to see their father.

Nat is shaking, but she gets a hairbrush and takes it to let Mrs. Mattaman brush her...

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