Fish in a Tree - Chapters 11 – 15 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Mullaly Hunt
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Scrambled Egg – When Mr. Daniels rearranges the classroom seating plan, Ally finds herself next to the plain-spoken Keisha. Ally tries to make friends, awkwardly initiating a conversation about how she likes eggs, but Keisha doesn’t respond positively. Later, when Shay invites Ally to sit with her and Jessica, Ally agrees, even though she knows Shay can’t be trusted. When Shay makes fun of Albert’s clothes, Ally joins in, but immediately regrets it. She comments in narration how she admires Albert for not seeming to be affected by Shay’s nasty words, and how she (Ally) feels guilty for what she did, realizing that she did it because she was lonely and, as a result, also realizing there are worse things than being lonely.

What’s Your Problem, Albert? – That night, Ally reveals how guilty she feels to her mother, who suggests...

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