In the novel The Watsons Go to Birmingham, how does Byron change throughout the story?

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At the beginning of the novel, Byron is so badly behaved that Momma and Dad are pretty worried about him. Kenny describes Byron as "officially a teenage juvenile delinquent" (2). Byron shows a lack of maturity and judgment by doing things like sticking his tongue to the frozen car mirror after hitting Kenny with a snowball that he spits out of his mouth. Byron also...

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