Sarah, Plain and Tall - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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When they come out of the barn, they look around to see how much damage the storm has done. The wild summer roses lie scattered around the ground. Sarah is grateful to have saved an armful. Only one of Papa's fields is badly damaged. He and Sarah spend the next two days plowing and replanting it. The repairs he and Sarah made to the roof of the house held even through the storm. When the plowing is done, Papa keeps his promise to Sarah. He takes her out into the fields and teaches her to ride Old Bess. Sarah learns quickly, to Caleb's dismay. Caleb is afraid of Sarah's desire to go off alone. He is still afraid she will leave them. He thinks of ways to make her stay, including faking an illness and tying her up. Anna tells him no, but when he begins to...

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