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What is the falling action of Frindle?

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The falling action of Frindle is when Nick deals with the fall-out of having invented a new word. The resolution is the ending, when Allen and Mrs. Granger exchange letters and gifts showing they understood each other all along.

Falling action is the part of the story between the climax and the resolution.  The climax is the turning point, or the most interesting point.  The resolution is how the conflict is resolved.

The climax of Frindle is when Nick’s dad sells the rights to the word...

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