Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe - Chapter 2: Case of the Missing Turkeys Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 2: Case of the Missing Turkeys Summary

December: Beth has a dream that she is the number one student in class and that Philip is happy with her success. While eating some cornbread, Beth walks outside and talks to her father, who is repairing the fence that encloses the turkey yard. He tells her that another ten turkeys are missing. A chicken hawk is too small to be the culprit and a fox wouldn't be able to get to the birds. Beth's father convinces her that a six-foot high fence would be impossible for a fox to jump over.

Beth and her father find a coat button and mechanical pencil on the ground but no bones or blood that would indicate a predator got to the turkeys. Her father thinks she might be on to something when she suggests that perhaps a low-flying airplane...

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