Stella by Starlight - 29: Calling Your Name, 30: Church Ladies, 31: Riding in a Car Summary & Analysis

Sharon M. Draper
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In 29: Calling Your Name, the Spencers thank Stella profusely for the return of Hazel. Her parents are undeniably proud of her. The families head home once the fire has been contained, and Papa offers to let the Spencer’s stay in his late mother’s empty home. That night, Stella has “troubled” dreams (190).

The next day, the church is packed as though it were a holiday. The Spencer family arrives, still wearing their soot-covered clothes, and everyone applauds them. After a hymn, Pastor Patton begins his sermon. He says that he was originally planning to preach about David and Goliath, but instead he wants to preach about Stella. He asks her to stand up, and though she obliges, she is nervous. He discusses how Stella’s bravery and “promise” represents “all of us” (195). Next, he calls...

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