Everything on a Waffle - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

Polly Horvath
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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

"Dinner at The Girl on the Red Swing": Primrose tries to cut the guinea pig's hair to conceal the singe marks from the fire. When her teacher notices, she sends Primrose to Miss Honeycut, who asks why she attacked "a small helpless animal". When Primrose tries to explain, Miss Honeycut starts telling a long story, leading Primrose to start daydreaming. Their session is interrupted by a crisis with another student, leaving Primrose free to go home. That night, she and Uncle Jack go to dinner at Miss Bowzer's restaurant, since Uncle Jack wants to sample the food. There they meet Miss Honeycut, who suggests that she and Jack should get together to talk about Primrose. He, in turn, makes a sales pitch, telling her that he can, and will, sell her a high end property for cheap. After Miss Honeycut rejoins...

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