Criss Cross - Chapters 29-38: Elephants; What Patty Said When Debbie Showed Her the Photo; California of the Mind; Dan Persik's Progress; A Pig Roast; Sarong; Flip-Flop,Necklace; On the Roof; Lightning Bugs Summary & Analysis

Lynne Rae Perkins
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Chapters 29-38: Elephants; What Patty Said When Debbie Showed Her the Photo; California of the Mind; Dan Persik's Progress; A Pig Roast; Sarong; Flip-Flop,Necklace; On the Roof; Lightning Bugs Summary

This section provides temporary conclusions in the lives of the teens, as well as more insight into their growth processes. In Chapter 29, Debbie is in her room looking at an old photo album and considering the truth of the old adage that there is only one true romantic match for each person. Her conclusion? It is probably false. Mother appears with a letter from Peter, and Debbie provides a brief explanation of his identity, failing to reveal that he is the "love that got away...

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