Jazmin's Notebook - Study Guide Chapter 4: 42nd Street Library Summary & Analysis

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Aunt Sarah returns from her job as a nursing assistant at Columbia Presbyterian. She greets Jazmin, who is perched on the steps, warmly. She asks how her writing is coming along and encourages her to send some of her poetry to her mother in the hospital. Jazmin doesn't tell Aunt Sarah, but she knows her mother would not be interested in her poetry. The doctors are thinking about giving her shock treatment. She wishes Aunt Sarah was her real aunt instead of just a neighbor. She's good to the family. When CeCe is low on cash, Aunt Sarah always comes up with a heaping bowl of greens for them.

Jazmin is happy to have lasted a year on Amsterdam. Over the past fourteen years, she's lived with a variety of different relatives and in many different foster homes; she's...

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