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Phoenix Rising Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

The next day of school passes, and Nyle finishes her evening chores. Nyle sits on her bed listening to the radio and notices all of her treasures. Nyle looks at all of them and realizes that if the wind shifts, she will have to leave all of her treasures behind. Nyle thinks of Ezra in the back bedroom, and she immediately feels uneasy. Knowing that she would not know what to say to Ezra, Nyle decides that she could read to him. Nyle examines the collection of books in her nightstand and decides on a book about a boy alone in a train station. Nyle has read this book many times and thinks it is the perfect book to read to Ezra.

On Nyle's way down the hall, Mrs. Trent comes out to meet Nyle. Mrs. Trent introduces herself and reviews the book. Nyle shows Mrs. Trent...

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