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Which of the following decisions led Charlie to Charlie being arrested and sent to Rahway?
After deciding to stay home and take care of his family, how does the neighborhood treat him?
Newcharlie shares with his brothers how he feels about their mother’s death.
What does Aaron try to convince Newcharlie to do that lands him at the Police Station a second time?
When Lafayette is describing Aunt Cecile’s teeth, what does the hyperbole “Ty’ree said it would be two thousand miracles rolled into one if they were real.” mean?
Lafayette uses personification when he says the tears started “pushing their way out.” What does that mean?
When Newcharlie is describing Rahway, what does the idiom “Winter you feel like you’ll freeze to death inside that rock” mean?
Ty’ree tries to explain things to Lafayette by using the idiom, “. . . it’s like we got monkeys on our backs . . .” What does that idiom mean?
When the neighbor calls Ty’ree, “Saint Ty’ree”, what does that idiom mean?
He is an unselfish person to give up so much to keep his family together.
When Aaron is talking to Lafayette at the beginning of the book, what does the simile “ (Do) I look like a momma’s boy to you?” mean?
When Lafayette is describing Aunt Cecile, what does the simile “ . . . I noticed she smelled like the candy part of a candy apples . . .”mean?
When Aunt Cecile saw Lafayette at his mother’s funeral, she says “You were just an ant of a thing.” What does that metaphor mean?
When Newcharlie is describing the kid at Rahway making a weapon out of a “slipper spoon”, in the simile “(The sound was) just like a little whisper of a scrape.” How loud was the sound?