Private Peaceful - Twenty to Eleven Summary & Analysis

Michael Morpurgo
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Twenty to Eleven Summary

Big Joe used to always eat everything. Thomas muses that everything was his favorite food, no matter what it was or which plate it was on. Whenever Thomas and Charlie didn't like something on their plates, they would simply rake it onto Big Joe's plate when their mother wasn't looking. Big Joe was happy for the extra food, and seemed to like the conspiracy of it all as well.

One day at school, Thomas gets into a fight over Big Joe. Big Joe runs to the school to show his little brother a slow worm he has found. One of the bigger boys sees this, and makes fun of Big Joe and Thomas, saying that Thomas has a loon for a brother. Thomas usually knows better than fighting at school, as he is a little guy and wouldn't often...

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