Everything on a Waffle - Chapters 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

Polly Horvath
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Chapters 6 and 7 Summary

"What Miss Bowzer Knew": Primrose's first few attempts at making cinnamon rolls end in dismal failure. Uncle Jack suggests she ask someone for help, so she goes to Miss Bowzer, saying she needs to know how to bake cinnamon rolls so she can accompany Uncle Jack after school and therefore avoid both her taunting classmates and being alone at home. Miss Bowzer grumbles about kids not knowing how to cook but helps anyway. Miss Bowzer also grumbles about what Jack is doing to the town, jacking up rents and buying out small businesses like the Cantinas' Drugstore to make room for bigger companies that don't really care about people. He is even, she adds, trying to buy her out. Meanwhile, watching Miss Bowzer smoke while they work reminds Primrose of her mother who, she says, also smoked and who she tried...

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