A Summer to Die - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Molly is no longer grouchy but has grown quiet and withdrawn. Only a few things seem to interest her one of which is flowers. With Will's help, she is learning a lot about them. Molly is also interested in Maria's baby. She is helping Maria make baby clothes. Molly takes great care with every piece of clothing she makes. Ben tells her to take a break because the baby already has more clothes than it will be able to wear. Molly also displays childlike behavior. One night, she puts her pajamas on and climbs on to Charles' lap. He immediately puts his book down and holds her.

Meg is confused about Molly's behavior because she isn't sick any longer. She still takes the pills which are making her continue to lose her hair. But once she is able to stop taking the medicine her hair will come...

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