Moo: A Novel - Phone Call - Six Months Later Summary & Analysis

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The final section begins as the family received an early morning phone call from a man named Mr. Colley. He asked Reena and Luke's parents to meet him at Mrs. Falala's house and to leave the children at home. While the children waited at home, they found things to do to occupy their time. Luke pulled out his notebook and showed Reena a crumpled piece of paper that had a picture of a cow on it. It was not a very good drawing, and Reena was surprised that Luke would draw something like that. He told her that it was Mrs. Falala's first attempt at drawing a cow. She did not like it, so she crumpled it up and through it away, but Luke retrieved it and kept it in his notebook. Then he showed Reena a beautiful drawing...

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