The Watsons Go to Birmingham--1963 - Chapter 14, Every Bird and Bug in Birmingham Stops and Wonders Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paul Curtis
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Chapter 14, Every Bird and Bug in Birmingham Stops and Wonders Summary

On Sunday, Joetta gets ready for Sunday school. Kenny wakes up in time to say goodbye, and he tells Joey that she looks pretty in her dress and shiny black shoes. One of the people taking Joey to Sunday school asks Kenny why he isn't coming, and Kenny says he forgot to get up in time. Kenny has some cereal and goes outside to rest in the shade. Kenny is tired and weak after almost drowning, but he hasn't told anyone about the incident. Momma tells him that the heat is better than winter in Flint, and Kenny disagrees, wishing he were in their igloo at home. After Momma goes back inside, there is a sound like thunder, and everything stops. People start coming outside...

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