The Cricket in Times Square - Chapter Fifteen: Grand Central Station Summary & Analysis

George Selden
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After the concert, Mario is left alone at the newsstand. He sits down and eats a sandwich, giving Chester a mulberry leaf. For dessert, he shares a Hershey bar and afterward they just enjoy each other’s company, playing games until Mario began to get tired. Then Chester began to play one of his own compositions for him, playing so softly that they weren't interrupted. Slowly, Mario falls asleep. Chester finishes his song, and Tucker whispers to him from below that he should hurry. His train would leave in an hour. Chester hops up into Mario’s hand and chirps lightly, and Mario smiles in his sleep.

Then he hops into the register drawer and retrieves the bell that Sai Fong had given him – something to remember New York by. Tucker packs a supper for Chester to take on the...

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