Fairy Tale - Study Guide Section 7: Chapters 21 & 22 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, Morgan feels guilty when she dreams about kissing Pip. Vowing to save Cam, she plans to borrow every book on fairy lore from the Edison Public Library, but downstairs, she finds Mrs. Browne and Pip talking to her dad. Pip explains that he is supposed to be her escort since Cam cannot join them for their appointment at the Green Toad to iron out the details for their upcoming birthday party. Morgan's mom is glad Pip is going with them so they will have a man's opinion; Morgan notes Pip does not seem very manly, even if he is human.

In Chapter 22, at the Green Toad, the discussion about napkins for the party which now makes Morgan think of doom; "the night of our sixteenth birthday is no longer party time. It's D-day" (p. 108). The manager, Gizelle, flirts with Pip, but he does...

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