Old Yeller - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Travis agrees with Mama that Lisbeth is too little to help, but Lisbeth proves them both wrong. She does all the chores well without being told. She is willing and always looks for ways to help out. Together she and Mama head to the field to gather corn in a cart strapped to Jumper. Gathering corn is a hot job that Travis usually does not like, but upon seeing Mama, Lisbeth, and Little Arliss out there picking corn and laughing, he wishes he could be out there as well. Travis says his pride is a little hurt since a little girl is able to come in and take over his jobs. Still, he reasons, she cannot mark hogs or kill meat. Soon, Travis narrates, a bigger trouble comes that tests them all.

The first sign of trouble is when the Spot heifer does not show up for...

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