Moo: A Novel - "That Zora" - "Beat and Zep" Summary & Analysis

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The narrator, 12-year-old Reena, begins by stating that Zora is a stubborn, ornery cow and that nobody wanted anything to do with her. But before talking about Zora in detail, Reena tells a bit of her own story. First she described her life living among all the sights and sounds of a busy city, battling traffic, going to museums and the zoo. One day in the car as the family was taking her father to a job interview, Reena's parents began to discuss their future. They were not really interested in staying in the city and thought it might be good to move out of it, but they were not sure where. Suddenly, Reena suggested Maine. The idea had popped into her head because she had recently read three books about Maine and it seemed like a nice place...

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