Fish in a Tree - Chapters 16 – 20 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Mullaly Hunt
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What I’ve Got – Ally tries to get out of a writing assignment by pretending she has a hurt arm which, she says, she got after tripping over the family cat. Mr. Daniels tells her she can read instead, and Ally pretends to do so, the whole while getting a headache from the words dancing over the page.

Misfit Lunch – Ally asks Albert to sit with her and Keisha at lunch. Albert, who has another bruise on his face, agrees. At lunch, before Keisha arrives, conversation between Albert and Ally reveals that there is both little money and a lot of tension in Albert’s home. After Keisha joins them, Shay and Jessica pass by and make disparaging comments, including calling them “misfits”. Conversation between Ally, Albert, and Keisha reveals that Albert and Keisha do not care what other people say, and that Ally...

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