Fish in a Tree - Chapters 47 – 51 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Mullaly Hunt
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Great Minds Don’t Think Alike – Mr. Daniels shows his students a series of photographs of famous people – politicians, scientists, actors, and others – and asks the students to call out what the accomplishments of each one were. Afterwards, he explains that all of them are believed to have had dyslexia, or difficulty reading: he says that because they each had to learn a different way of reading, they developed different ways of being the best “them” they could be, and encourages his students to think along those same lines. After class, he gives Ally a paperweight that has on it an encouraging quote from one of the politicians from the exercise – Winston Churchill, a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Mr. Daniels says he is giving it to Ally because he has noticed how hard she has worked. Ally comments in narration on...

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