The Best Christmas Pageant Ever - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Barbara Robinson
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Summary

The narrator begins Chapter 2 by relating how her mother got put in charge of running the annual church Christmas pageant. Until this point, Mother's only job was to make sure that her two children participated in the pageant and that Father attended it. That was not always an easy job, since he always complained that there was nothing new to see and he would prefer to stay home. But this year, Mrs. George Armstrong, who was in charge of the annual event, fell and broke her leg. Mrs. Armstrong was actually in charge of many things at the church. The other women found volunteers for the Ladies' Aid Bazaar and the Women's Society Potluck Supper, so Mother got stuck with the Christmas pageant.

The narrator goes on to explain that the Christmas pageant was very run of the mill and unexciting and that the...

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