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Caddie Woodlawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, Nero, Farewell! Summary

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Chapter 5, Nero, Farewell! Summary

The Woodlawn children all have ideas as to how Caddie should spend her silver dollar. Harriet says Caddie should save it until Christmas, but Johnny tells the family to leave Caddie alone because Caddie has a good head on her shoulders and will make the best decision. Caddie's head is full of plans for the silver dollar as she puts it away in her wooden trinket box.

Uncle Edmund's visit is drawing to a close. On his last evening, he asks Harriet if he can take Nero with him and have the dog trained as a bird dog. Uncle Edmund reminds his sister that she has never been able to refuse her little brother. Harriet initially says no, and the children add their protests, but Harriet eventually relents. Uncle Edmund does a dance of joy, and the children momentarily forget why they are...

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