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"I go to the office so much," (Hunt 5). This illustrates a lot about Ally. Her behavior, for once, is one of the reasons she gets sent to the principal's office so much. This is a lot like me, which also says a lot.
"Like black beetles marching on the wall." (Hunt 13). This is Ally's explanation of dyslexia, and it is pretty much what I would expect dyslexia to be like. I would expect the letters seem to be moving, shaking, and switching places.
The previous reason also caused Ally to not know that she got a sympathy card for someone.
There is another person in the book, Fish in a Tree, that really likes to bully Ally. This person's name is Shay. She is a big meanie, even in my standards. One time in a museum she drew a disrespectful drawing of Ally in a dunce hat, and "She shows her slate to a bunch of other kids." (Hunt 154)
"Life with Shay is like playing chess." (Hunt 195). This is Ally's explanation of existing alongside Shay. Ally recently started to learn to read, and was ready for life.
The book comes to an end as she feels free from dyslexia, and she feels that everything impossible becomes... possible. "lmpossible to possible." (Hunt 266)