The Year of the Dog - Chapters 26 – 29 Summary & Analysis

Grace Lin
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Chapter 26: A Prize – Pachy believes her year will end as unluckily as it has been all along. November arrives. There is an announcement that Pacy is the fourth-place winner of the book competition for her book The Ugly Vegetables. Her book was selected fourth out of 20,000 entries. The entire class claps and cheers for Pacy. At home, Pacy’s family is thrilled for her. Pacy realizes she has come into wealth and success. Also, she has discovered her talent as a writer and illustrator. Pacy declares she has found herself, and will be a writer when she grows up.

Chapter 27: American Holidays the Chinese Way – Pacy and Lissy know Thanksgiving and Christmas are important holidays in America, so they want to celebrate them as closely as possible as Americans do, though they have a slight Chinese twist. For example, when Mom makes sweet potatoes...

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