The Watsons Go to Birmingham--1963 - Chapter 7, Every Chihuahua in America Lines Up to Take a Bite out of Byron Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Every Chihuahua in America Lines Up to Take a Bite out of Byron Summary

While Kenny is doing homework and Momma is making dinner, Byron walks in and then, seeing them, turns around and walks out. Suspecting that something is wrong, Momma makes Byron take off his hat, to reveal that Byron has dyed and straightened his hair. Momma makes fun of his hairstyle, calling him Bozo. Kenny laughs, and Byron protests that he thinks Mexican-style hair is cool. Momma warns him that when Dad gets home, By will be sorry. When Joey comes home, she and Kenny go upstairs to see Byron, and Kenny starts making fun of his brother.

Joey begs Byron to wash out his hair, but Byron explains that it won't wash out. It will have to...

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