How to Eat Fried Worms Setting

Thomas Rockwell
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Gratton

Gratton is a rural town in New York not far from New York City. The town seems to consist of small farms, meadows, and quiet neighborhoods. Billy and his family live on a small farm and have an old barn, while a few blocks over, Alan, Joe, and Tom live in suburban housing. The town is close enough to New York City to allow day trips to New York, such as when Billy, Alan, and Joe go to see a Mets game, but also rural enough to allow for barns and farmland.

Gratton’s residents are also kind, forgiving, and patient, such as when Pete rings out the sound of his siren after the failed Shea Stadium plot, and Alan and Joe must go around and apologize to their neighbors for the incident. Gratton also seems to be an extremely safe and close-knit community, as Billy, Tom, and...

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