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Al Capone Does My Shirts Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapters 26-32 Summary

Gennifer Choldenko
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Part 2: Chapters 26-32 Summary

Chapter 26. Moose finds Natalie talking with a convict whose number is 105. Moose becomes upset and quickly rushes Natalie away, despite the kindness the criminal shows in giving Moose a convict baseball.

Chapter 27. Moose rushes Natalie back to the apartment, trying to tell himself there was not enough time for anything bad to have happened between Natalie and the inmate. Piper is waiting at the apartment and refuses to allow Moose and Natalie to pass until she learns where they got the baseball from. Natalie reveals a few details despite Moose's denials, leading Piper to figure out what has happened.

Chapter 28. Moose attempts several times that night to tell his parents what happened with Natalie and convict 105. Moose's mother is focused on an article in the paper about the Esther P. Marinoff School and refuses to listen. When Moose reads the article, he focuses...

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