Afternoon of the Elves - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Janet Taylor Lisle
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3: Despite Sara-Kate's unusual behavior, Hillary is captivated by the idea of the magical elves, and especially by the notion of a miniature Ferris wheel. After school, at about three in the afternoon, Hillary creeps over to the Connolly's backyard. While her friends' warnings are echoing in the back of her mind, Hillary is too tempted by seeing the elf village again to stop.

Hillary finds Sara-Kate sitting, slumped on a pile of wooden planks. Sara-Kate immediately lights up when she sees Hillary, and displays none of the anger or hurt she had at school. Sara-Kate introduces Hillary to the Ferris wheel, and Hillary is indeed impressed. Its main structure is made from two bicycle wheels without rubber, and popsicle sticks are hanging from strings to act as long seats. Sara-Kate says she can't figure out how the elves are able to power the wheel...

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