The Good Fairies of New York - Chapters 19-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-25 Summary

In chapter 19, Kerry learns that Magenta got the poppy again when she rescued Heather and Morag from the MacLeod sisters and Heather showed the flower to her. Magenta took the flower claiming Heather could not care for it properly. Later, when Kerry runs into Dinnie at the deli, she punches him for stealing her flower. In chapter 20, Kerry and Morag continue collecting flowers for the alphabet, but Kerry is worried about how she will complete it without the poppy. Morag later runs into the ghost of Johnny Thunders and sympathizes with his attempts to find his guitar. Dinnie becomes annoyed when Heather insists he grow a ponytail. Dinnie leaves to play his violin for money. Dinnie plays for Cal and is hurt when Cal makes fun of him. Dinnie runs into Kerry, knocking her to the ground and storming away without...

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