How to Steal a Dog - Chapters 11 & 12 Summary & Analysis

Barbara O'Connor
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In Chapter 11, Mama brought food from the coffee house to the children for dinner and Georgina was happy that she would have doughnut scraps to take to Willy. Georgina updated her notes for “How to Steal a Dog” by adding not to frighten the dog, to play with him, to keep him safe from rain, to tie him up so he can’t run away, and to find him food and water. Georgina realized she forgot about water, but she decided that would not be hard to find.

That night, Georgina cracked her window because it was so hot in the car. There was a steady rain, so it leaked into the car and got her pillow wet. She wondered if Willy was scared, wet, or hungry. Before finally going back to sleep, she wrote Willy in the steam on her window and drew...

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