The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 - Study Guide Chapter 7, Every Chihuahua in American Lines Up to Take a Bite out of Byron Summary & Analysis

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Byron has straightened his hair, which makes Momma really upset. At first Momma doesn't have much to say, but she gets on a roll after a few minutes. She taunts Byron about his hair, until Byron sticks up for himself by saying he wanted to have Mexican style hair. Byron is sent to his room. When Joey gets home, Kenny tells her what happened and they go up to Bryon's room. Kenny teases Byron by pretending Byron is a death row inmate who is about to be executed. Joey thinks Byron can just wash his hair and it will go back the way it was, but Byron tells her it's permanent and will have to grow out. He is rather smug...

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