Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Gary D. Schmidt
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That afternoon, Turner receives even more discipline from his father, who has heard from Mrs. Cobb about Turner’s latest transgression: not only does he Turner have to read to Mrs. Cobb, but he also has to play the organ for her. That night, in spite of being afraid of what watchful neighbors might say, Turner hangs out his window and looks at the stars.

The next morning, Turner (again in a clean, starched white shirt) goes exploring, walking with perfect care so that no-one will see him and again complain to his father. He finds his way to the coast, where he clambers down a cliff, looks out at an island, and then starts trying to hit stones with a piece of driftwood. He’s unable to get his form and misses all the stones, much to the chagrin of Lizzie, who has...

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