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There Are No Children Here Chapter Summary & Analysis - Summer 1988, Chapter 15 Summary

Alex Kotlowitz
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Summer 1988, Chapter 15 Summary

With older children and their offspring and partners back in the home, LaJoe must feed thirteen adults and children. Once a month after receiving her benefits, she takes the gypsy cab to three discount grocery stores and purchases a month's worth of items. This month, Rochelle helps her out. Since her benefits have just been reinstated, LaJoe buys some special treats for the children, including fresh fruit and popsicles. When she returns home, all the children come out to help her carry the bags. She is surprised not to see Pharoah around as he loves to help her with groceries. She presumes he forgot as his memory has been poor lately.

Pharoah is actually daydreaming in his secret place, a lush, grassy lawn around a condominium complex called Damen Courts he has discovered about three blocks south of Horner. He loves the quiet solitude of...

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