Countdown - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Wiles
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At dinner, Drew says a boy named Johnny Carmichael wet his pants during the drill at school, and Drew helped him leave the room and get into dry pants without letting anyone know about Johnny's accident. Mrs. Chapman and Jo Ellen applaud his action, and even Franny is impressed. Uncle Otts is not at the dinner table with the family. Mrs. Chapman has decided he has to eat in his room because he can talk about nothing but being prepared for a nuclear strike.

After dinner, Franny asks permission to listen to Jo Ellen's records. Jo Ellen refuses and points out that Franny gets an allowance and can choose to buy her own records. Franny uses her allowance money for Nancy Drew books. Drew and Mr. Chapman go outside to play with a boy from the neighborhood while Franny, Jo Ellen, and Mrs...

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