Fish in a Tree - Chapters 31 – 34 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Mullaly Hunt
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Lots of Ways Home – During another conversation with Mr. Daniels, Ally learns that the tests have shown she does, in fact, have dyslexia – or, as Mr. Daniels puts it, “learning difficulties”. When she asks what “learning difficulties” means, Mr. Daniels explains that some people have problems learning, and have to figure out the best ways to do so. He says it is like having more than one way to get home – there is more than one way to learn to read. He says that Ally’s ability to think in pictures will probably come in useful, and as they start working, Ally starts feeling hopeful.

Screen Time – That night, Ally excitedly has a Skype conversation with her father, who mentions that he’s homesick. This leads Ally to comment, in narration, on “how there’s a word for him missing home but not a...

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