Raymie Nightingale - Chapters 12-16 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 12, Raymie wonders what book is “suitable.” She dismisses several and chooses A Bright and Shining Path: The Life of Florence Nightingale. Mr. Option, the librarian at school, loaned it to her for Raymie's summer reading. She did not want to read nonfiction, but agreed because she likes Mr. Option.

In Chapter Thirteen, Raymie begins the walk to the Golden Glen Nursing Home. As she tries to work up her courage, she thinks about Mr. Staphopoulos and his lessons in the lifesaving class. During each class, he had the students go through a series of exercises. They were to “flex their toes and isolate their objectives” (Location 419). He taught them this as a means of preparing for what they were facing. The door at the Golden Glen is locked but a woman talks to Raymie over an intercom and allows her inside...

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