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Calico Bush Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Fall Summary

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Part 2: Fall Summary

The Sargent men have built a new house and now it is time to raise the roof. All the neighbors from the boarding islands are coming to help. Marguerite has never heard of a raising, but she is excited to see all the new neighbors and to partake in all the food that will be served. Marguerite helps clean up the young children, but is disappointed that she will not be able to help in the food preparation. Instead, Marguerite is charged with watching the children, the Sargent children and all the neighbors' children as well.

Marguerite and the children watch the men build the roof as they play in the cool fall air. At lunch there are more delicacies than Marguerite knows what to do with, and the excitement of the day makes her appetite disappear. After lunch, the children are playing with Pumpkin...

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