Caddie Woodlawn - Study Guide Chapter 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Carol Ryrie Brink
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Caddie leaves her room to find Clara and Annabelle hard at work sewing a quilt, and she decides to give it a try. After a short while, she finds herself just as capable with a needle as the other two. Tom and Warren find her at quilting and — perhaps due to their habit of doing everything together — join in. Over the next week Caddie and the boys spend time inside the house learning “housewifery,” although they would never call it that.

Then a letter arrives for their father. A letter with English stamps. Mr. and Mrs. Woodlawn retire to the parlor to talk, and then the children know it is something important, because that is a special room, used only on rare occasions. The children are called in to the pantry where they learn the letter is indeed special: the latest Lord Woodlawn has died and their...

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