Raymie Nightingale - Chapters 39-44 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 39, Beverly reveals that she is late because she took time to throw the trophies from Ida Nee's office into the lake. She points out again that not all of them were Ida Nee's. Louisiana is upset, saying that Ida Nee will certainly stop giving her baton lessons now. Beverly says that Louisiana's singing will certainly win the contest. Raymie agrees.

The girls set out. When they near the Golden Glen, Raymie hears piano music and thinks it is beautiful but sad. Just then, Raymie spots the yellow bird on a branch outside the nursing home window. Raymie says the bird “looked like the answer to everything” (Location 1618). The janitor comes to the window and whistles. The bird is silent for a moment, but then responds. The girls lie down, hiding. Raymie looks at the moon and is filled with a sudden...

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