Wringer Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1 | Chapter 2

• The main character, Palmer LaRue, describes his dread of being a wringer.

• This dread follows him everywhere he goes.

• In his dreams he cannot wring the neck of a pigeon as the crowd cheers him on.

• Palmer is thrilled when Beans, Mutto and Henry arrive at his party.

• He likes their gifts because he feels included in their group.

• He likes his new nickname, Snots.

Chapter 3 | Chapter 4

• Palmer and the gang leave the house and Beans asks about Fishface, his name for Dorothy.

• As a prank, Beans gathers mud and twigs and leaves them on Dorothy's front door.

• The boys continue on to the park where Henry and Beans enact the wringing of a pigeon's neck for fun.

• Palmer is upset by their play, reminded of a wringing he had seen as a child, and leaves.

Chapter 5 | Chapter 6

• Palmer meets up with the gang later and...

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