A Wind in the Door - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Meg and the now invisible cherubim reach the elementary schoolyard just as Mr. Jenkins arrives. He looks perfectly normal in his usual crisp suit with the usual dandruff dust on his shoulders. He is annoyed to find Meg there and assures her that he and his staff are working on Charles' problem. Mr. Jenkins tells Meg that Charles is so intelligent that they are considering getting him a special tutor. Meg cannot believe that the uncaring Mr. Jenkins would go to any trouble for Charles. A second Mr. Jenkins appears in the schoolyard and tells the first Mr. Jenkins that they cannot go to such trouble for one child. Meg backs away from the two Jenkinses. Mentally, she can feel Progo enfold her protectively in his wing. She senses that Progo is also afraid.

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