The Summer of the Swans - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Betsy Byars
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Chapter 7 Summary

Sara and Charlie arrive at the lake, and the sight of the beautiful swans awes them both. Sara sees Wanda across the lake, and Wanda says to tell Aunt Willie that they will be late. They are going to see Frank's sister's new baby. When Wanda and Frank are gone, Sara and Charlie are completely alone at the lake. The swans, startled by Wanda's voice, have moved closer to Sara and Charlie. Sara pulls out a few rolls that Aunt Willie gave her before they left and begins to feed the swans.

Charlie wants to feed the swans too, but Sara has trouble convincing him to break the rolls up into small enough pieces for the swans to eat them. First, Charlie makes them too big, and then he makes them much too small. Finally, he takes the last roll and breaks it into four pieces and...

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