Agenda 21 - Chapters 35 and 36 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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Dawn arrives, and Lizzie goes around waking the older children. The girls are less enthusiastic to wake, and Emmeline is surprised at how frail they all look. The workers move to take care of the babies, and Emmeline gets to put a new diaper on Elsa.

Lizzie accuses her of getting a special deal because she is partnered with David. Emmeline denies it, because Lizzie threatens Elsa, hinting that she will miss a feeding or not be taken care of correctly if Emmeline is getting a special deal. She allows Emmeline to hold Elsa, and as she does, Lizzie makes it clear to Emmeline that she should say Lizzie did not fall asleep. Emmeline agrees to lie for Lizzie as long as she gets to take care of Elsa.

In Chapter 36, Lizzie rushes Emmeline to stop her crying and to leave Elsa so...

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