Blue Willow - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

In chapter five, Janey rides with Dad on his way to the cotton fields for her first day at Camp School. Lupe attends the regular school and Janey wishes she could attend that school as well. She says there's not a law forbidding her from attending the regular school, but both she and Dad know that she might not be welcome there by the other students. She is well aware that the camp school will be chaotic because the children who attend these schools have had occasional opportunities for education. Some will be well ahead of Janey but others will be fine. The camp has houses where many of the workers and their families live. The houses and the school are all crammed as near together as possible because the goal is to keep the majority of the land available for...

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