Raymie Nightingale - Chapters 35-38 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 35, the girls arrive at the insurance office. Mrs. Sylvester is taken aback by the fact they are wet. Raymie explains that they carried Louisiana through a sprinkler to wake her up enough to walk. Louisiana asks for candy corn and Mrs. Sylvester gives her the jar. Beverly opens the door to Jim Clarke's personal office and Raymie joins her. Beverly asks if Jim has called Raymie. Raymie says he has not and Beverly seems unsurprised. Raymie asks how Beverly got the bruise. Beverly says her mother hit her because she shoplifted. Beverly says she wants to live on her own. Raymie announces that she is not going to enter the contest. Beverly announces that she will not sabotage it either. Beverly then says that she feels sad for Louisiana because of the situation with the cat. Raymie feels the weight of...

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