The Year of the Dog - Chapters 13 – 18 Summary & Analysis

Grace Lin
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Chapter 13: The Book Contest – Pacy’s two favorite classes at school are art and library. Pacy loves books, especially the Betsy books by Ruth Chew. One day, the librarian, Ms. McCurdy, comes into Mr. Valente’s art class. In a combined project for both classes, the kids will get to write and illustrate their own books. Everyone is excited. It will be done for the National Awards Contest for Students. Becky wants to write a book about unicorns. Melody considers writing about a singer. Pacy does not know what she will write about. At home, Pacy’s family gives her some ideas, but Pacy does not like any of them. Mom encourages her to practice coming up with ideas by making a book every day. Mom explains when she was younger, the family was very poor and so she learned to play piano by...

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