Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Gary D. Schmidt
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Summary

Narration describes how both Turner and Lizzie lay in their beds and listened to the rain and the storm that continued the entire night. The next day, Turner leaves the house with his baseball bat and glove, heading for the beach. On the way, he sees Mrs. Hurd who, to his surprise, gives him instructions on how to win his next fight (the implication being that she heard about Turner’s fight with her grandson, Willis). After they banter playfully with each other for a while, Turner heads down to the beach, where he meets Lizzie and teaches her how to catch with a glove. They play catch most of the morning, and then Lizzie teaches Turner how to dig clams. Around noon / dinner time, Lizzie takes Turner over to Malaga Island in her father’s little boat.

Lizzie leads Turner across the island...

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