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The Education of Little Tree Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee" Summary

Asa Earl Carter
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Chapter 5, "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee" Summary

When it comes to words, books, or decisions, Granpa and Little Tree seek advice from Granma. Granpa tends to mix up characters in the stories, leading to confusion; and he deduces they must be reading too many books. One day on a trip back from the settlement, loaded with books and supplies, a large black car pulls up with two men and two women inside. A lady asks Granpa the way to Chattanooga. Granpa sets down his coffee and balances the books on his head so they won't get dirty. Little Tree sets down the coal oil can; as Granpa has taught him that when spoken to, you should give full attention that person out of respect. The lady grows impatient, asks if he's deaf, and again asks for directions. Granpa assures her his hearing is fine...

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