The Courage of Sarah Noble - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Alice Dalgliesh
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The Indian children frequent the little shack over and over as Sarah’s fear of all of them is completely forgotten. She has two favorites among the group, a tall boy and a girl, siblings. In the end she and the Indian children have a small system going on. She will try and teach them simple words of English and they in turn will show her where wild berries are growing in the forests. Often times she will go and pick them to have them waiting for her father when he returns home.

They also trade with the Indians for corn, which Sarah makes corn cakes out of. Sarah’s father returns to the shack to tell her that he needs help with the logs and one Indian, Tall John, as he calls him, will help him. Sarah asks if she can go to...

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