Are You in the House Alone? Discussion Questions

Richard Peck
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When Gail discovers the vulgar note in her locker, why does she keep it to herself and not take it to her parents or a person in authority?

Gail finally decides to turn to her father for help with her problem (the stalker). When she arrives at his office, she discovers that the firm let him go the month before. Gail realizes that her father has not been honest with her and possibly even her mother. Gail decides to take Connie's advice and let her father keep his secret. Do you think the way this family handles the situation is right or wrong? Explain your opinion.

Explain why you believe Gail did not want to tell her mother about the note and the phone calls.

When Mrs. Osburne discovers that Gail has birth control pills, why does she insist on hearing all the details on...

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