Magic for Marigold - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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April Promise. Six years later, on the day of Old Grandmother's ninety eighth birthday party, Marigold sits on the front steps of Cloud of Spruce, enjoying the wind, the view, and being alone with her thoughts and her considerations of what's "int'resting" (see "Quotes", p. 40). Narration describes how independent and private she is, how thoughtful and questioning, how glad she is no-one in her family knows what she's thinking, and how strange she seems to her family (see "Quotes", p. 41).

Narration describes how much Marigold is loved and cared for by her family, and how her vivid imagination uses the beauty of nearby Harmony Harbor and the fenced grove of spruce trees on top of a nearby hill as springboards for her imagination (see "Objects / Places - The Hidden Land"). Narration also describes how, on her way home from her explorations one day, she caught a glimpse of what she...

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