Criss Cross - Chapters 24-28: Grosi; Meanwhile; Somewhere Else; Meanwhile,Elsewhere; Mrs. Bruning Summary & Analysis

Lynne Rae Perkins
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Chapters 24-28: Grosi; Meanwhile; Somewhere Else; Meanwhile,Elsewhere; Mrs. Bruning Summary

Grosi is the name Peter Bruning has long used to refer to his grandmother. He and his parents are at Grosi's on an overnight stop to another relative's home. When Peter's father approaches the subject of her moving into an assisted living facility, Mrs. Bruning is livid and insists, that, with the help of Debbie Pelbry, she can manage fine. When the deterioration of the home's exterior is pointed out, Peter volunteers to stay for a week and conduct the necessary repairs. On Saturday, Peter meets Debbie, as she arrives to clean. Grosi awakes, comes downstairs and is in obvious physical distress. Knowing that she is diabetic, Debbie immediately provides sugared orange juice, which provides mild recovery, but both teens realize that they must get...

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