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Good Night, Mr. Tom - Chapter 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13: Carol Singing

William has been perfecting his rendition of Scrooge and has just about mastered the character. One December evening, George shows up to Tom’s house to pick William up. Tonight is the night of the first rehearsal for the carol service. The two boys head to the church to find Tom grumpily sitting behind the organ. As the rehearsal begins, it is clear the old man is right at home leading the chorus. He directs and instructs the men on how to sing and the group sounds noticeably better.

Chapter 14: New Beginnings

William has now progressed in his studies and is able to be moved up to Mrs. Hartridge’s class. He is thrilled to be in class with his friends Zach, George, Carrie, and Ginnie. His excitement is hampered only by the fact that George’s brother has recently died in the war...

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