From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The next morning was a Sunday and Jamie and Claudia awoke early. Claudia wondered aloud if they should go to church when they go out for breakfast and Jamie suggested that they go to the little chapel in the museum, the one with stained-glass, to say the Lord's Prayer.

The two children figured that they had plenty of time this morning to take a look at the angel statue and everything that surrounded her. But they were surprised when, only a few minutes after arriving at the statue, they heard footsteps behind them, so they hid until the guard making his rounds left. They then traveled up the stairs to the location where the angel statue had previously been, and approached the pedestal, covered in blue velvet, upon which the statue had sat. And, in the center of it, were three concentric circles...

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