Bamboo People - Study Guide Chapters 21 through 23 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, the council has chosen a site for the hut for the girls and grandfather. It is set away from the other huts and is close to the river. Ree Meh walks to school with Tu Reh and Oo Meh. Ree Meh seems to be a little more comfortable about meeting her new school mates after Oo Meh tells her that they are all anxious to meet her. They think she's a brave hero for living in the jungle with just her sister and grandfather.

Tu Reh introduces Ree Meh to the teacher. He's a young man who, like Chiko, stepped on a land mine as a boy. He is lively and happy and bounds around the room on his prosthetic leg with no problem. He is a great teacher and one reason Tu Reh wants to stay in school. Tu Reh is pressed...

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