Afternoon of the Elves - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

Janet Taylor Lisle
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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

Chapter 9: Struck by her father's revelations about seeing Sara-Kate on the street, Hillary goes to her room at bedtime but guiltily sneaks out of the home in order to observe Sara-Kate's house. A large storm is coming, and the temperature is quite frigid, but Hillary is determined to watch the house to see if there is even the faintest sign of activity. She recalls her mother's uncanny ability to catch her reading with a flashlight under her covers after bedtime, and knows that she could see even a little light coming from Sara-Kate's house.

Hillary waits and waits, but nothing stirs. She is about to give up when she spies a figure—Sara-Kate—emerging from the home. Sara-Kate walks across the yard and through the wrecked elf-village, and then bends to pick up and right the fallen Ferris wheel. Hillary becomes brave enough...

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