Child of the Owl: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1965 - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four Summary

Casey wakes up in the morning and finds that the apartment is colder than usual. She asks Paw-Paw if she can light the gas stove, but Paw-Paw thinks it's too dangerous for a child to light the stove; she's heard lots of stories of people suffocating on the gas, perhaps. Instead, Paw-Paw and Casey pile on their clothes in an attempt to stay warm. On another day, hoping to keep warm for a few hours, Casey invites herself over to Booger's house to look at her comic books. Booger's bedroom is covered with frilly pink lampshades and posters of heartthrob movie stars. There, Casey finds Booger's sketchpad which is full of her own drawings of fashion designs. She would love to be a model, but thinks she's too fat. She likes to go down to the roller skating rink for exercise...

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