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Pigs in Heaven Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

Turtle wants to drive Buster to his home, which is a motel, the Casa Suerte, next door to a diner in Sand Dune, Arizona, so Taylor complies. His mother, Angie Buster, runs the diner and she tells Taylor on the phone that Buster runs away frequently. It's in the diner that Taylor and Turtle learn that they are celebrities.

They return home to Jax and we learn in this chapter that Turtle had been very slow to begin to talk after Taylor got her and that she had sought Alice's advice often as she finally began to improve. The little girl's doll is a square dark-green utility flashlight she calls Mary, from which she is inseparable. She even sleeps with it at night. She doesn't turn it on; it doesn't even have batteries.

While they were gone, many messages came in from people all over the country...

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