Mockingbird - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

Kathryn Erskine
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Chapters 16-20 Summary

Rummaging around in her brother's room, Caitlin reads Devon's woodworking books, his notes on completing the chest and a reminder to himself to teach Caitlin woodworking once he's mastered the skills. She wonders if she'll ever be able to learn anything now, because her brother taught her everything she knows. When her father arrives home, he asks Caitlin what she'd like to do for her fast-approaching birthday. Recalling the times when Devon took her shopping at the mall, she replies that she wants her brother to take her to the mall. "He can't," her father replies, telling her that her brother and mother are together in heaven looking down n them and will always love them. When she insists that she wants to go to the mall with Devon, her father drops his head and tears fill his eyes.

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