Whittington - Section 7, Chapters 23, 24, 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

Alan Armstrong
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Section 7, Chapters 23, 24, 25 and 26 Summary

"The Registered Letter"

Marion picks up a registered letter for her and Bernie at the post office and learns several things - that there are concerns at Ben's school about his reading difficulties and his bad temper, that there are plans to have him tested, and that he might need to go to a special class. When Marion and Bernie tell Ben, he cries out (see "Quotes", p. 104) and Abby comes running. She tells her grandparents about her efforts to help Ben read and how kids in the special class get teased, but Bernie and Marion realize they have to go along with the tests - they are only Ben and Abby's guardians, not their adoptive parents, and don't want to risk having them taken away.

"Ben's School Principal Visits the Texaco"

Ben's principal, Dr. Donald Parker, brings his...

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