Misty of Chincoteague - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13

The children are unable to talk about what had happened until the following Saturday when Paul blames himself for their horses being sold. Maureen and he argue over who actually caused the horses to be sold out from under them. Finally they come to an agreement and decide to use the money that they have saved to get their Grandparents an electric toaster, instead. Even though they now have no reason to be at the horse fields they still go. After the day at the corral has ended they are stopped by a boy and his father in their car and they ask where the fire chief is. Paul offers to go and get him. When he does, the chief explains that the man is the person who has bought Phantom and Misty. As it works out, Paul and Maureen luck out...

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