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Whirligig Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Bellevue, Washington Summary

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Chapter 6, Bellevue, Washington Summary

On the first day of fifth grade, everyone wants to impress Miss Rappalini except Tony. She says something about starting their journals. He is drawing the Seattle Mariners' logo on his desk, waiting for their game with the Yankees to start. His radio is in his t-shirt pocket, hidden by his long-sleeved shirt. He will work the earplug cord down his sleeve, tape it to his palm, put his elbow on the desk, lean his head into his hand and stick the earplug in his ear. The class is supposed to write about what they did over summer vacation. His vacation was like being sick to your stomach. You feel worse and worse. Then you think you might throw up, and then you do throw up. He writes that he had a wonderful summer because he is not going to write the truth...

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