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Al Capone Does My Shirts Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapters 12-15 Summary

Gennifer Choldenko
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Part 1: Chapters 12-15 Summary

Chapter 12. Piper again pushes Moose to join her laundry scheme, but Moose again refuses. Moose does, however, talk about the prison when pushed in front of other students at school. Moose then sits back and watches as Piper takes nickel after nickel from their fellow students, along with various pieces of their clothing.

Chapter 13. The next morning, Moose catches Piper putting some of the students' laundry in his family's laundry bag. Back in the apartment, Moose learns that Natalie's new therapist, Carrie Kelly, wants Natalie to stop playing with her button box and that she thinks Natalie should spend more time with Moose, acting like a normal girl. Moose hates this idea, especially when he learns his mother is giving piano lessons again so he will have to give up Monday afternoon baseball. Moose's mother tells him to ask Scout to change the...

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