Because of Winn-Dixie - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

While bathing Winn-Dixie, Opal confesses to him that she doesn't have any friends in Naomi and that they are alike because they're orphans. Neither of them has a mother. She also confesses to him that she has been thinking about her mother a lot since they moved to Naomi. The Preacher thinks of her all the time, too.

Winn-Dixie stared hard at her as if to say that Opal should get the Preacher to tell her more about her mama. After Winn-Dixie is as presentable as he can be, Opal shows him to the Preacher. He is impressed. Not only did the dog look better, but he also smelled better.

It was right then that Opal decided to ask her father to tell her more about her mother. She wanted to know 10 things about her mother, one for each year she had been...

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