The Aviary - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen O'Dell
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Chapter 7

Clara sneaks into the room across the hall from Mrs. Glendoveer’s bedroom. She had never been inside the room before but suddenly begins to wonder what is behind the closed door and if it might give information about the Glendoveer children. The door is hard to open but Clara finally manages. She pulls aside the curtain to signal Daphne that the coast is clear. As Clara is exploring the room, she hears music from a music box inside the bedroom. Spooked, she tells herself that she must have jostled it. Clara looks in the closet and finds many matching outfits in varying sizes. The room had once belonged to a child; that much is clear.

Clara still has time before her mother and Ruby return. Daphne arrives and Clara takes her to the old bedroom. Daphne tells Clara that there are...

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