Shark Girl - Section 2: Part One, pages 18-33 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: Part One, pages 18-33 Summary

"Santa Clarita Press, July 7" announces that Jane Arrowood is in stable condition. Jane is a resident of Santa Clarita and will be a junior at Mountain Ridge High School in the fall. The doctors say she is lucky that she did not suffer brain damage, and she will be going home soon. Jane is a well-known artist at Mountain Ridge and has won several art competitions. In "Pity Bears", Jane receives many cards, flowers and stuffed animals from strangers who want to help her, but she hates their pity so she has Michael distribute them to other patients. "A Letter from Mary, Age 7" states Mary heard about Jane losing her arm. Mary also lost her arm, to cancer, and she has a new one named Patty that helps her do lots of things. She and...

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