Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 28 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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On the way to school the next morning, Greta again asks June where she'd gone the day before, but June isn't forthcoming. After school, June goes to the bank to see the portrait. At first it looks the same, but then she sees a small skull on the back of Greta's hand. When she is leaving, Mr. Zimmer confirms that only she and Greta have a key to the box, and June realizes that Greta had to have painted the skull.

On Saturday, an envelope arrives for June from the Young Cheesemakers of America. She know it is from Toby, and opens it to find the picture from Playland. A note inside tells her she can cut him out if she wants to. The next morning, Greta comes down and is called the budding starlet by Mom and Dad, after a call they...

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