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The Child Finder - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

Rene Denfeld
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In Chapter 9, Madison wanted to have a wedding, feeling that was the right thing to do when two people were married. She had come to realize that Mr. B did not use a gun when he trapped animals because that could draw unwanted attention. That winter, Mr. B cut down a small tree and Madison felt like crying. She could not understand why cutting the tree would make her cry. They took the tree back to the cabin and decorated it. She made a drawing on a piece of bark as a gift for him. When she was locked in the cellar, she drew numbers on the walls and silently chanted nursery rhymes while pretending to jump rope.

Naomi goes to the historical museum next and looks through old newspapers saved to microfiche. She sees several articles of interest, including trappers and piles...

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