Piecing Me Together - Chapters 63-76 Summary & Analysis

Renée Watson
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Chapter 63 begins with the word “soledad,” which means “loneliness.” Jade knows she and Sam are not friends because Sam does not choose her for a partner in Spanish, does not ride the bus anymore, and does not look to Jade when something is funny.

Chapter 64 begins with “oportunidad,” which means “opportunity.” Woman to Woman hosts a second financial workshop. Later, Sabrina (one of the organizers) asks if Jade will contribute a piece of art for the program's annual fundraiser. Jade agrees but Mrs. Butler is skeptical, asking what Jade will get for her effort. Jade points out that she will help the program thrive. Mrs. Butler says she agrees, but wants to be sure Jade wants to do this. Mrs. Butler then asks Maxine to ensure that Jade is not treated like a zoo animal at this event. Maxine promises and Mrs. Butler...

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