The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963-Growing Up
By elleconway, Updated
Mrs. Browns class.
Byron is sort of "stepping out of" his "juvenile delinquent" phase. "Byron was smiling and even put his arm around my shoulder as we walked."
Kenny is taking care of Joey as Byron once did for him. "It was my job to make sure Joey got out of her coats okay."
Joetta is showing maturity, and becoming more of a young lady. "I am very proud of the way you behaved, Joettaa... well I'm glad you didn't hurt Mrs. Davidson's feelings."
Byron is showing more compassion, especially when the bird passes away. "I looked at By and his face was all twisted up and his eyes were kind of shut. He dropped the bird, walked over to the gree-Apple tree, and started throwing up."
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