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Sarah, Plain and Tall Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Patricia MacLachlan
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Chapter 6 Summary

As the days grow longer, Papa teaches Sarah how to plow the fields. Afterwards, Sarah asks the children to tell her about wintertime. Caleb explains that they go to school in the winter, and Sarah volunteers to help with their homework. They talk about snow, and how Papa ties a rope from the barn to the house to prevent anyone from getting lost in a blizzard. Anna frowns; she loves winter and doesn't want Caleb scaring off Sarah with stories of blizzards. Anna talks about the pretty frost on the windows, the warm fireplace, and snow days off school when they like to make snow angels. Sarah says it's hot, and she can't wait for winter to cool down. She invites the children swimming. Both children protest that they can't swim, and so Sarah insists on teaching them.

Against Anna's protests that the cow pond is for...

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