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Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Chapter 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four 1956 The Naming of Things

Ruby does not remember what happened or how she ended up at her Auntie Babs house, but she knows by what is in her suitcase that she is going to be staying at her Auntie Babs for a while, a week at least. Ruby is the only one from her family who is there at Auntie Babs and Ruby has to share the attic bedroom with the twins, Daisy and Rose. Ruby is not sure why she has been sent to stay with her aunt and cousins but she wishes she could go home. While there Ruby tries to learn how to read and write. Ruby thinks if she can learn to write she can send a letter to Patricia to come and rescue her. Daily life with Auntie Babs is much like it is...

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