Raymie Nightingale - Chapters 7-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Seven, the girls walk together up the driveway. Beverly says she is tired of her mother entering her in pageants, which is why she plans to sabotage the Little Miss Central Florida Tire pageant. Louisiana argues that the winner will get $1,975 in prize money.

A beat-up station wagon rushes into the drive. Louisiana's grandmother sits so low in the seat that the girls do not see her immediately. She yells at Louisiana to hurry. Louisiana asks Beverly and Raymie to pretend they have not seen her if a woman named Marsha Jean shows up with a clipboard.

In Chapter Eight, Beverly says that Louisiana and her grandmother seem to be running from something, and she suggests they might be criminals. Beverly then talks about criminals, that her father is a police officer, and that she knows how to pick a lock...

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