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Tiger Eyes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

It is Christmas morning, and Davey and her family exchange presents. Bitsy brings out a menorah that belonged to Davey's great grandmother. Davey likes celebrating both Christmas and Hanukkah and decides that she will do the same when she has a family of her own. Although the morning passes nicely and quietly, there is an unspoken pain about having their first Christmas without Davey's father. Bitsy and Walter invite friends from the Lab and a family friend to the house for Christmas dinner. Davey enjoys having new people around and thinks it was a good idea on Walter and Bitsy's part. Davey still makes a note that she doesn't appreciate how one of the men from the Lab, a divorcee, keeps looking at her mother. After dinner, once everyone has left, Davey takes her father Christmas present and speaking aloud, wishes her father a Merry Christmas, with...

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