On the Far Side of the Mountain - I Become Royalty – The Dawn Breaks Over Me Summary & Analysis

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I Become Royalty – Alice is not at Manorkill Falls. Sam and Bando consult their maps of Schoharie County and Albany County. Below them is a farm, and Sam wants to ask the people who live there if they have seen anything. He believes Alice’s directional stone and acorn mean not only a change of direction, but a change of plans as well. He believes now that Alice wants to be followed, and will have left this change of plans with a person. Bando doesn’t believe it is a good idea, for he thinks that the farmer will call the police to let them know a little girl is missing. He decides to head to West Conesville, half a mile away, to call Zella to let her know how they are getting along as promised, and...

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