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Al Capone Does My Shirts Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapters 37-40 Summary

Gennifer Choldenko
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Part 3: Chapters 37-40 Summary

Chapter 37. The following morning, Moose calls Carrie Kelly and thanks her for all the work she did with Natalie. Moose asks Ms. Kelly why she thinks Natalie did not get in. Ms. Kelly admits that Mrs. Flanagan's insistence that Natalie is only ten might have had something to do with her inability to get into the school. That same morning, Moose asks the warden to use his influence to help Natalie. Moose also asks him to ask Al Capone to pull some strings for Natalie, but the warden outright refuses.

Chapter 38. Moose's mother falls into a depression and refuses to get out of bed for several days. Moose decides he must take things into his own hands. Moose talks Piper into helping him write a letter to Al Capone and slip it in with the already censored inmate mail.

Chapter 39. On the last...

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