Counting by 7s Symbols & Objects

Holly Goldberg Sloan
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Willow’s Garden

Willow’s parents got her involved in this garden because an educational counselor told them that Willow needed something to keep her engaged. This garden became Willow’s passion. She spent her spare time working in the garden. It was her companion, as not many kids her age wanted to hang around with her.

Red

Red is the color of Willow’s gardening hat. She says it is a very important color in nature. Red is also a favorite color of Pattie’s. She believes the color is lucky.

The Number 7

The number 7 is Willow’s favorite number. Her parents adopted her on the 7th day of the 7th month. She entertains herself by counting by 7’s. At the end of the novel, however, Willow realizes it is not as important to count by 7’s as it is to count to 7, especially when counting...

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