Cap, you're not going to be able to live in the commune anymore since I have to go through therapy for several weeks. You can't live by yourself.
Where will I go if I can't live in the commune anymore?
Old Worlds Come Together
You know Rain, my grandmother?!
He's from Garland Farm where I used to live. With those types of clothes he has to be.
I'm Mrs.Donnelly. A friend of Rain. You must be Capricorn Anderson, correct?
The Big Plan
I thought Hugh Winkleman was a loser. Capricorn is now the biggest loser and perfect for 8th-grade president.
Zach, this is Capricorn Anderson. Show him to his locker.
What are those clothes he's wearing?
This title, Capricorn Meets the Real World, summarizes chapter 1 because it is about Cap's grandmother, Rain, getting hurt and having to go to the hospital. This means that Cap can't stay in the commune by himself, so he has to meet and learn about the real world.
This title, Old Worlds come together, summarizes chapter 2 because when Capricorn and Mrs.Donnelly met, Mrs.Donnelly realized that Capricorn lived in an old world that time forgot and one that Mrs.Donnelly spent her childhood years in. Mrs.Donnelly then decided that it was best if Capricorn stayed with her because she knew people wouldn't understand him and the obstacles he faced. From this, she discovered that "the key to Capricorns heart" was through his grandmother, Rain.
This title, The Big Plan, summarizes chapter 3 because Zachary powers, the big man on campus, had a plan to make the biggest loser in C Average Middle School 8th-grade president. The plan was to nominate the biggest loser in school, have no one run against him or her, and then make sure he or she wins. After this, Zach would enjoy the 8th-grade president making a fool out of him or herself and would enjoy this as "top-notch entertainment." Zach thought he knew who he would nominate, Hugh Winkleman, the nerd in school, until he met Cap.