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Chapter 7: An Encounter over Blackberries

William is beginning to feel more comfortable in his new home and it is becoming more apparent he has a renewed sense of energy. After losing a race with Sammy, William takes a step back and feels angry and defeated. He forgets his anger when Zach and later George Fletcher appear at his home. George, at the request of his mother, has been sent to invite William to a blackberry hunt. William agrees to meet George in an hour and Zach convinces George to let him go as well. George meets the boys with local girls, Carrie and Ginnie Thatcher, and the group takes off to Ivor’s Farm. After a day of picking berries and eating delectable foods William had never tasted before, the group returns home with a generous amount of blackberries. William is pleased he has survived the outing...

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