Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones - Pages 149 - 166 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 149 - 166 Summary

Weeks pass. July is finding the letters to Horace more difficult to write, if only because she has grown closer to Bo Jo. In fact, the only time she doesn't feel comfortable around Bo Jo is when either family is involved. Her parents treat Bo Jo as if he's invisible. July intends to rectify this by inviting Bo Jo to her family's annual 4th of July (her birthday) picnic on nearby Cain Island.

Bo Jo has, however, already made plans with his own family on the 4th, when his sister Alice is arriving. This is cause for another argument, until an idea is reached: the families could go together to Cain Island and have a big picnic.

July asks Mrs. Greher about the possibility, and Mrs. Greher reluctantly agrees to invite the Joneses. July has a brief fight with her sister...

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