Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapter 6, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Chapter 6, Part 1 Summary

After the cart carrying Jacob, Emma and Millard leaves the village, the three young people slip out and continue the rest of the way on foot, Emma maintaining a firm grip on Jacob's arm. Once they've made their way through the forest, they come to the clearing with the house, and Jacob is both happy and surprised to see it whole and beautiful. After Emma and Millard take him in, the trio watches from a window as a group of students - including a girl Jacob recognizes from the photo of the levitating girl - retrieve a stuck ball from out of an ornately carved hedge that a wild-haired girl brings to life and which hands the ball down to them. Millard explains that all the children are "peculiar," and asks Jacob if he is as well. Jacob says he doesn't think so, but at...

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