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Far Far Away - The Cabin - 19 Peas (pg. 228 - 306) Summary & Analysis

Tom McNeal
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Ginger alerts Jeremy that once again the baker has some work for them, this time construction related at his cabin in the woods. Jacob jumps out of the timeline to tell the reader that none of this caused him any alarm at the time, foreboding the fact that it should cause alarm to the reader. He admits to be taken away by the beauty of the forest rather than keeping aware of the situation. The baker begins splitting wood and then turns over this task to Jeremy and Ginger, after which they all eat lunch. The baker convinces them to write a fake letter as if they had left town, saying that it often helps to put those sentiments in writing to see if it affected their mentality at all. The children agree to do this, Jeremy writing about...

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