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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, A Silver Dollar Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 4, A Silver Dollar Summary

The next morning Uncle Edmund is ready to go hunting; he chooses Caddie to accompany him. She bites her tongue when she is tempted to taunt Warren and Tom, who must remain behind. Caddie, Uncle Edmund and the Woodlawn's sheepdog, Nero, head to the lake, where Caddie, Tom and Warren keep their canoe and raft.

Caddie jumps in the canoe and calls to Uncle Edmund, who will have to take the raft, that she will beat him across the lake. Uncle Edmund is a good swimmer but terrible with the raft, so Caddie easily beats him. Caddie offers to take the raft on the way back and tells Uncle Edmund she will still win. He replies that if she wins, he will give her a silver dollar. Caddie is thrilled with the prospect of winning so much money.

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