How to Eat Fried Worms - Chapters X – XVIII Summary & Analysis

Thomas Rockwell
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Chapter X, The Fourth Worm – As Billy eats the fourth worm pretending it is a fish, he begins to get annoyed with how closely Alan and Joe are watching him and whispering to one another as though they expect something to happen. Joe says it is merely because his father told him something important the other night. Billy asks about it. Joe says his father has warned him never to eat worms, because it is so bad it is probably worse than poison. Tom is suspicious and doesn’t believe a word of it because Alan and Joe are snickering. Alan and Joe blame it on hay fever. Billy finishes the worm and leaves the barn with Tom. Alan and Joe blame each other for laughing and ruining the plot.

Chapter XI, Tom – Tom reassures Billy that if he isn’t poisoned...

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