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The Graveyard Book - Chapter 6, Nobody Owens' School Days Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Nobody Owens' School Days Summary

Bod goes to Silas and begs to be allowed to attend the living man's school. Silas reluctantly agrees. When Bod begins school, Silas has encouraged him to use one of the many spells of the cemetery to keep himself from being noticed. In fact, most of the teachers cannot remember Bod from time to time and have not placed his name in their records. However, Bod makes himself noticed one day when he interferes in the bullying of a young boy. Bod has become aware of a girl, Mo, who uses her friend, Nick, to force younger children to steal and pay them their lunch money. Bod tells the younger children how to stop this bullying.

Mo and Nick try to intimidate Bod to keep him from interfering in their scheme, but it does not...

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