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Robert has a sleepover, so Beth keeps to herself in the bedroom most of the night. It is the first sleepover Robert has ever had because of the tensions and the possibility of violence in his childhood home. As Beth lies in bed reading, she hears someone at the living room windows. It turns out to be some girls, come to tease the boys with water balloons. Beth chases them off. The next morning, the boys go to an all-day basketball camp. Beth plans to go back to bed, but Mrs. Levitt calls. Mr. Levitt died during the night and Mrs. Levitt needs Beth's help. Mrs. Levitt has been with the dead body so long, however, that her grief is spent and she has Beth bring her some food. As they wait for the funeral home to come, Mrs. Levitt tells...

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