Blue Willow - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

In chapter seven, another week passes. One day Manuel Romero comes to Mr. Larkin with the news that a man has some eucalyptus trees that need to be topped. Mr. Romero says that he wants to return the favor for the day of earning the ten dollars. Janey knows that having that wood will make it much easier for the family because she and Dad are now walking a long distance to gather wood for the cook stove. The fact that Dad isn't going to work means Janey doesn't have a ride to school, so she decides how to spend her day. Lupe and Tony are headed to school as Janey leaves the yard of the little shack headed toward the slough near the river.

Janey is barefooted and though her feet are cold, she knows she's going to get muddy and would...

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