Mockingbird - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

Kathryn Erskine
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Chapters 21-25 Summary

Caitlin is disappointed one day when she finds that Mrs. Brook can't see her because she's gone to visit her sister to help with a difficult twin pregnancy. Caitlin asks Mrs. Johnson, her teacher, if she's pregnant and with a red face, she replies no. At her teacher's suggestion, Caitlin writes a letter to Mrs. Brook telling her she hopes Mrs. Brook can return soon so Caitlin can demonstrate her progress with "finesse" and empathy. Caitlin and her father go to a "fun raiser" for the Virginia Dare Middle School, and he prods her to say hello and speak with the guests. She meets one man who leans over to say hello, can't think of anything to say that's nice, and finally comes out with: "I don't think you're disgusting just because you have hair sticking out of your ear." Her...

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