Objects & Places from Afternoon of the Elves

Janet Taylor Lisle
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Object Descriptions

The Elf Village - Sara-Kate creates this from junk and weeds and invites Hillary to help improve it and care for it.

The Ferris Wheel - This is made with bicycle wheels for the structure and popsicle sticks for the seats.

Sara-Kate's Backyard - This is neglected and full of weeds and old junk, but it becomes the perfect playground of the imagination for Sara-Kate and Hillary.

Hillary's Backyard - This is impeccably preened by Mr. Lenox and reflects Hillary's own ordered, restricted life.

Sara-Kate's House - This is a neglected mess of overturned furniture and junk because Sara-Kate re-purposed furniture to suit her own needs.

Cream of Wheat cereal - Sara-Kate brings this to school for lunch. The kids make fun of her.

Berries - Hillary catches Sara-Kate eating this like a little elf.

Bologna - Hillary steals money from her mother to pay for groceries...

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