Fish in a Tree - Chapters 27 – 30 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Mullaly Hunt
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Half-Baked Afternoon – Keisha invites Ally and Albert to her house to help her with some baking – specifically, trying to put cookie dough words into cupcakes. At first she assigns Ally to read out the recipe, but just as Ally is panicking, Albert asks to switch jobs, since he does not want to roll out the dough. Ally agrees, and then, when Keisha tells her to start making words, spells the easiest word she knows – “cow”. Keisha then makes her cupcakes and puts them in the oven, but after a while, conversation is interrupted by the smell of something burning: cupcake dough is spilling all over the oven, and Keisha’s experiment has been a disaster. Ally writes in narration that she “just keeps thinking that whenever [she writes] something, it turns into a big mess” (144).

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