Because of Winn-Dixie - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary

The rain finally stops and the sky clears. Opal walks over to Gloria Dump's ghost tree. There is no wind, so the bottles aren't rattling against each other. Opal talks to the ghost tree as though it were her mother. She tells her that the 10 things she knows about her aren't enough.

However, the most important thing she tells the ghost tree is that her heart doesn't feel empty anymore. She has filled it up with new friends that have become her family. As she stands and looks at the tree, Opal realizes she hasn't checked on her own tree that she and Gloria had planted. As she is checking its height, Dunlap Dewberry comes out to talk with her.

It is on this night that Dunlap Dewberry and Opal Buloni become friends. She even races him back to the house and beats...

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