Tiger Eyes - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Davey's letter to Wolf comes back to her on the same day that her school grades come in. Her mother is getting dressed to go out with Ned when Davey shows her the grades. They talk a little about her date, with her mother still insisting that she isn't dating Ned, but she needs adult companionship. She is pleased with Davey's grades considering that she missed a month of school. Walter on the other hand did not share that sentiment regarding Davey's report card. He tells her that she needs to apply herself rather than do enough to get by. Davey knows that he is partly right but will not admit that to him. What she says is "It's what you learn that counts, not what grades you get..." something her father once told her. Walter's frustration turns to insult, and he tells...

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