The Gasman—so named because of his gassiness (yuck)—greets Max in the kitchen. He asks her what's for breakfast and offers to pour juice for everyone; even though he's only eight, he's good about his responsibilities.
Iggy comes in and slouches down, sleepy. And then Fang appears—he's always sneaking around silently. Creepy.
Max leaves Iggy to make the eggs and goes to wake up Nudge and Angel, the two girls who share the last room.
She thinks about how Angel is like her baby; she's only six and is Max's little girl. As she's pondering this, Angel wakes up and says that she loves Max best, too.
That's the special thing about Angel: She can read minds. What a useful party trick.