The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

Jacqueline Kelly
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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

The time has come for the local fair and although none of her sewing examples are good, Callie's mother chooses one for the competition. All the children are excited because they have a little money to spend, and Callie thinks she might spend some of hers on a new drink — Coca Cola. Much to her surprise, Callie wins third place in her division, but she soon learns that there had only been three entries. Callie looks for her grandfather and finds him in a crowded, smoky tent where machinery is being exhibited. He has been there all day admiring the latest invention — an automobile. He tries to buy it but the owner refuses to sell it, so he decides he will order one for himself right away. As they emerge from the tent, Callie faints from all the smoke...

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