She learns that allowing her talents and abilities to shine does not damage a friendship. She also learns that a true friend supports and enjoys the success of another friend.
He is a tease and is well aware of the impact he has on one of the main characters. At his core however, he is a nice boy and stops things when they go too far.
She warns her daughter against filling her head up with thoughts of boys instead of concentrating on her studies.
He supports his family by raising and selling turkeys.
She is tired of everyone always saying how smart Beth is, but she herself is often called the most beautiful of the two.
He helps his father raise a small herd of pigs and he repairs a cart for Beth.
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