This is a scene from chapter one when the Watsons are all huddled together on a couch because it is very cold in Flint Michigan. This is the exposition when we get to learn about all the characters and setting.
This is a scene from chapter three when Kenny offers some of his lunch to Rufus and his younger brother. Kenny learns that the brothers have both shot a gun. This is part of the exposition also because we learn how Kenny interacts with others and learn about Rufus.
Chapter six has a scene when Byron throws a cookie at a bird and shows a lot of sympathy. Kenny is very surprised by this. We learn about Byron and Kenny which makes it still the exposition.
This is when the Watsons start to leave for Birmingham in chapter nine. They try to stay on a strict schedule that Wilona made but Daniel has different plans. They are leaving for Birmingham because of Byron's bad behavior this is part of the rising action.
This is a scene from chapter 12 when they are walking with Mr.Robert to the lake. This scene sets up the chapter Wool Pooh. The Watsons make it to Grandma Sands in Birmingham and this chapter is part of the rising action.
This is the Animal Rescue Hospital chapter when Kenny closes himself off from the rest of the world after the church bombing. This chapter is where we have the resolution and we find the true theme. The theme of the Watsons go to Birmingham is family is the most important thing in the world.