Towers Falling - Chapter 10: Homeroom & Chapter 11: Recent Past, Far Past Summary & Analysis

Jewell Parker Rhodes
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In Chapter 10: Homeroom, Deja apologizes to Sabeen, who quickly forgives her. Deja is happy because Sabeen and Ben make homeroom feel like home because they are best friends. Miss Garcia tapes Ray's paper dolls to the board, and she tells the class that Deja best expressed home in her project because she included people. Deja feels proud. She clutches hands with Ben and Sabeen so they are holding hands like the family of paper dolls. Miss Garcia follows. Soon, all of the students in the class are holding hands like a paper doll family. Miss Garcia tells them their home is homeroom. Miss Garcia says families are social units and asks the students for the number of social units each belongs to. Deja lists only family and school. She does not want Avalon to be her social unit...

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