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Inside Out and Back Again - Section 4, pgs. 169 – 216 Summary & Analysis

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Part III: Alabama (continued) – Through Mr. Johnston’s encouragement, Ha and her family become members of Del Rey Southern Baptist Church. As a result, members of the church community come to warmly embrace Ha and her family. At night, Ha listens to her mother speaking in prayer to Ha’s father, hoping he’ll show up sooner or later. Mr. Johnston comes around frequently to deliver gifts of food, such as catfish and chocolate.

Miss Scott comes to learn that Ha has been eating lunch in the bathroom to avoid having to deal with bullying. Miss Scott says she’ll pack Ha a lunch from now on and assures Ha that things will get better. Ha does not believe Miss Scott, but at least feels that someone cares. Miss Scott follows through on her word: she brings a good lunch for Ha, and...

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