Counting by 7s - Chapters 25 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Holly Goldberg Sloan
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In Chapter 25, Dell gets a call requesting he come to Jamison Children’s Center as they believed he could be helpful in finding Willow. He drives past Willow’s house first, but only sees the flowers, banner, candles and beer bottles that have been left in the yard. He thinks it looks like the remnants of a bad party. At Jamison, the authorities suspect foul play may be involved in Willow’s disappearance, but Dell doesn’t agree. He thinks about what a hero he’d be if he were to find Willow. Making his decision, he drives to Mai’s school.

In Chapter 26, Willow wishes she could live in the library as books have always brought her comfort, a state she feels no longer exists for her. She looks for books dedicated to those who have lost a parent but is unable...

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