Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her - Study Guide Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

Torey Hayden
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In chapter nine, Torey admits that she feels separated from other professionals in the small town of Pecking. She is not happy with the inability to ask advice from those more skilled than she. Because school psychologist Arkie juggles a full schedule, the only time she is able to see Torey is over dinner. During dinner, Torey asks Arkie if there has ever been any evidence of sexual abuse in the Ekdahl family. Arkie assures her nothing out of the ordinary has ever been noticed in the family. With only three weeks left in the school year, Torey tries to convince Jadie's parents to allow her to go to a camp sponsored by the Methodist church. Mr. Ekdahl discourages the camp, arguing that the family isn't Methodist. Mrs. Ekdahl interjects that none of the girls has ever been away from their parents before.

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