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Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

Torey Hayden
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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

Torey mulls over the doll and it implications as she drives back to Pecking. On Monday, Torey places the doll in the cloakroom. Jadie comes in, but then leaves when she sees the doll. After school, Jadie surprises Torey by appearing in her room and announcing that she was not the one who damaged the doll. When Torey suggests that Jadie knew how the doll got under her car tire as well as why it was there, Jadie begins to cry. Jadie asks if the police will look for Tashee if she tells them what has happened. Jadie finally agrees to go talk to Mr. Tinbergen.

Once inside the principal's office Jadie refuses to talk. Torey instead tells Mr. Tinbergen the story. Mr. Tinbergen first calls Arkie, and then calls social services to handle the situation. The social worker, Delores Verney, informs the police about...

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