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Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

Torey Hayden
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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

In chapter fifteen, Jadie paints a picture of Jenny. Jadie paints a series of orange bars over the picture, saying that it wasn't safe to leave the cat free. When Torey questions Jadie about the bars, Jadie cries, saying that she had ruined her painting. Jadie explains to her that the painting really is of Jenny and not a tiger. The picture represents Jenny's ghost, the only part of the cat that was real.

Philip brings to class a snow globe that his birth mother has sent him from Chicago. The globe causes a fight between Philip and Jeremiah, so Torey takes it away. When Torey tries to give the ornament back, she cannot locate it. After school, Torey discovers Jadie playing with the globe in the cloakroom. When Torey tries to take the ornament from Jadie, it is broken. Jadie becomes very angry and...

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