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The Education of Little Tree Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20, "Home Again" Summary

Asa Earl Carter
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Chapter 20, "Home Again" Summary

It is early morning when they get off the bus and hike the road back to the mountains. Once on the trail, Little Tree says something is wrong. He takes off his shoes and says he couldn't feel the trail. Granpa laughs and takes his shoes off as well. He throws them toward the road as far as he can, shouting "And ye can have them clobbers!" Little Tree does the same thing, and they laugh until tears are rolling down Granpa's face. The wind picks up. Granpa says it's singing in the pines, telling everyone that Little Tree is home. They hear Ol' Maud bay and suddenly the hounds run up to greet Little Tree, jumping and yelping with joy.

As they cross the spring branch, Little Tree looks for Granma on the cabin porch; but she's not there. Granpa calls out...

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