Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 3 Summary

The morning is cooler than usual indicating the end of the Indian summer. Gail nearly puts on her down jacket but instead chooses to wear just the wool scarf around her neck. As she walks to school, she notices her father's car at the gas station. Gail thinks to herself about how her father should nearly be in the city by now but does not have enough time to go over and visit with him, so she continues on to school. As she walks to school, Gail points out the architecture, landscape, and information about the residents of the area. When Gail arrives at school, she begins to open her locker. This action recalls a memory of when Steve shared his feelings towards her via a poem left in her locker. Gail remembers that she had read the poem, then thinking the sender...

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