The Great Gilly Hopkins - Chapter 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4

At recess the next day, Gilly meets Agnes Stokes, a redheaded girl, who reminds Gilly of Rumpelstiltskin. Agnes has heard about Gilly’s encounter with the boys the day before. Agnes thinks it is great and that she and Gilly should get together. She invites Gilly over to her house, saying her grandma won’t mind, but Gilly rejects the offer. Agnes then wants to come over to Gilly’s house, and Gilly tells her no. The next day may be okay

At home, Gilly gets a letter from her mother. It is a short, quick note letting Gilly know that her mother knows she has moved again. She wishes that the move had brought them closer to each other. Her mother signs the letter as Courtney instead of Mom. She discovers a return address on the envelope and envisions herself hitchhiking...

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