Animal Dreams - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

After the Christmas trip, when Codi gets the word about Hallie, she goes on a rampage in her classroom about the environmental damage that people do, focusing particularly on the stone-washed jeans of one of the students. On the trip with Loyd, she has seen mining in the Jemez Mountains of the minerals used in that process, mining that will destroy the mountains. She is furious that damage to the beautiful mountains is occurring just so jeans can look as if they have already been worn when they are new. Her outburst, of course, is spurred by her pain over Hallie's kidnapping.

Codi has had dinner with her father every night since word came of Hallie's kidnapping. He has regressed since the news came. She can't get very much information from him, but he does tell her that the caller had recommended calling...

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