| In chapters four and five, a lot happens. Noah and Abbey's mom talk to a laywer, and mention the d-word, divorcee. Noah and Abbey were so sad, and I would be too. However, I understand that their mom has a right, after all their dad is in jail, and has been before. Anyways, they feel they have to tell their dad, so they bike up to the jail to bring a letter. Assuming that they won't be let in without advance notice for their mom. The letter wasn't from their mom, but it was in a fancy, profesional looking envelope, so they knew they could get in. This was one of my favorite parts of the book, because they are taking a chance and doing what they believe in. They don't get to see their father, because News Channel 10 was doing an interview with him. They knew they would have to get home, very quick, before their mom saw the broadcast. So, they rushed home.
I have to say that these two chapters were probably my favorite, because Abbey and Noah are both extremely aware, sneeky, and in charge.