Al Capone Does My Shirts - Study Guide Part 1: Chapters 8-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8. After school, Moose joins a baseball game with a boy from his English class, Scout. The game goes well, with Moose making a triple play.

Chapter 9. Moose gets home to learn his mother is getting her hair done for a party that night at the Officers' Club. Moose goes out to the parade grounds to play ball and discovers the only child his age who can toss a ball is a girl, Annie. Annie and Jimmy, Theresa's brother, tell Moose how the inmates play ball behind the prison gates and occasionally a ball will come over the wall. Everyone has one and Moose imagines it would be cool to have one. Then they are joined by Piper, who once again pushes Moose to join her laundry scheme.

Chapter 10. When Moose goes back to his apartment, Mrs. Caconi comes to tell him they...

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