Somebody Else's Kids - Chapters Ten through Twelve Summary & Analysis

Torey Hayden
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Chapters Ten through Twelve Summary and Analysis

There's a breakthrough with Thomaso that isn't fully explained. Torey and the three children are planting bulbs when Thomaso says he wants to do a pot of his own to take home to his father after the plants grow and bloom. Torey says that they have only two pots and that they're to remain in the classroom. Thomaso suddenly goes into a rage. Thomaso's anger erupts and Torey has to physically restrain him. The pots have been broken in the outburst and Lori is sent to get some milk cartons from the kindergarten rooms. As they return to the project, now planting in milk cartons, Torey says, "Your father really makes you angry, doesn't he?" Thomaso erupts again, this time running from the room. After a long search, Torey finds him in the auditorium. She...

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