Kira-Kira - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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When Katie wakes, two teenage boys have joined them. Lynn tries to console her by reminding her that Bera-Bera is safe in the closet at home. Katie is too embarrassed to take comfort from her words.

One of the boys asks Amber if she can shoot the bow and arrow. Amber says she's willing to learn. Uncle Katsuhisa reluctantly shows her and nearly dies when she trips at the same moment she releases the arrow and narrowly misses planting the arrow in his head. Instead, she kills a bird. The boys are impressed with her skills and invite her and Lynn to join them at their campsite for dinner.

Katie stays at the campsite to eat rabbit and listen to Uncle Katsuhisa tell stories. Most of his stories never seem to come to a point. One is about a legendary tornado he saw with his first wife...

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