Afternoon of the Elves Topics for Discussion

Janet Taylor Lisle
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What about Sara-Kate makes her eccentric and "weird"?

What are the features of the elf village? What is its geography? How do Hillary and Sara-Kate improve the village?

What are some characteristics of the elves, as Sara-Kate describes them? How might these characteristics relate to Sara-Kate herself?

Why doesn't Mrs. Lenox want Hillary to associate with Sara-Kate? Why don't Jane and Alison want Hillary to associate with Sara-Kate?

What kinds of things does Sara-Kate do to maintain her household?

How does the town respond to the revelation about Mrs. Connolly's mental and physical illness? Why are Hillary and the author critical of this response?

How does Hillary respond to seeing Sara-Kate in the rocking chair with her sick mother? In the days that follow, with what does Hillary mentally struggle?

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