Tiger Eyes - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Davey gets lost in her thoughts while she soaks in the tub and runs late for dinner with Jane's family. At dinner Jane's father, Dr. Albertson and Howard get into a deep conversation about the Lab, and Davey can't keep up with the subject. Jane's mother and sister involve Davey in a conversation about skiing. They are all very good skiers, and they plan to start teaching Jane's nephew when he turns three. After the meal, they have dessert and Jane's father compliments the meal and goes into his study while Davey and the rest of the family wash the dishes. Later that night Ted and Reuben, the boys from Davey and Jane's school come to the house. Jane's mother calls out for them to dress properly for the cold weather and the four of them leave. As soon as they get outside...

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