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One Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

Torey Hayden
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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

The next morning Torey brings several towels, soap, shampoo, and a bottle of baby lotion with her to school. She also digs some clothes out of the church box in the school office. When Sheila arrives, Torey calls her over to the sink. She tells Sheila that they are going to practice washing up and that Whitney will take Sheila's clothes to the laundromat in the afternoon. Sheila is a little nervous about wearing other clothes because she doesn't want her father to find out. With a little reassurance, Torey manges to get Sheila undressed and into the sink. While giving Sheila a bath, Torey notices several scars on the little girl's body. When she inquires about a two inch long scar on her arm, Sheila says that she broke her arm playing. Sheila is matter of fact in her explanation and goes on to...

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