Bone: Out from Boneville - Chapter 3, Phoney Bone Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Phoney Bone Summary

In Chapter 3, Thorne wakes Fone, explaining that she has baked him cakes for breakfast. Confused and sleepy, he wakes up fully only when he remembers he is in love with Thorne. She tells him they have to clean the house, since her grandmother, Grandma Ben, the owner of the house, is coming home from a cow race. Thorne explains she races cows, and has some of the best in the area. Fone offers to chop wood, since it's the "man" thing to do, but discovers he is too small for the job. The two work together instead on gathering water, and Thorne reminds Fone not to mention dragons to Grandma, since they don't exist. She walks away and the dragon, speaking from the well, pipes up, telling Fone he wants her to think he doesn't exist. Thorne opens Fone's...

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