Signposts of Fish in a Tree

Signposts of Fish in a Tree

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  • This memory might be important because it might cause Ally to learn to treasure the time she spends with others. She might also spend more time with her loved ones. 
  • Memory Moment
  • "He (Ally's grandpa) had such fun sharing that book with you... I miss Grandpa." 
  • This memory might be important because when the class is told that Albert Einstein was slow at learning as a child, Ally could relate to this. She would realize that even with dyslexia, she can still accomplish great things.
  • Memory Moment
  • "I remember when I had a hard time tying my shoes. Travis sat with me for a long time teaching me the baby way."
  • Ally's dyslexia used to be something she really struggled with, and was ashamed of, but she is learning to read better, despite the situation.
  • Memory Moment
  • "I remember thinking that my reading differences were like dragging a concrete block around everyday."
  • The author keeps bringing up the idea of Ally's writing disability to keep reminding the reader that she's struggling and needs help from somebody.
  • Again and Again
  • "But I just keep thinking that whenever I write something, it turns into a big mess."
  • "When I arrive, the first thing I see is Albert, who has a black eye."
  • Again and Again
  • The author keeps bringing this up to show how Albert has multiple bullies, but he doesn't have the courage to defend himself.
  • Again and Again
  • This is to show that when Ally's friends, Albert and Keisha, are together, they don't let Shay's negative words and attitude affect them in any way.
  • "Good luck six-legged freak."
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