The Hundred Dresses - The Hundred Dresses Summary & Analysis

Eleanor Estes
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It's raining on the day the winner of the contest is to be announced. Maddie and Peggy hurry to class. They are amazed when they arrive because there are beautiful drawings of dresses all over the classroom. There are 100 in all and the boys' drawings are displayed in another room. Jack Beggles wins the contest in the boys' division.

Miss Mason says Wanda submitted the 100 drawings and the judges decided that any one of her drawings would have won the contest. That means Wanda is the winner in the girls' division. However, Wanda is not in class. Miss Mason gives the students permission to walk around and look at the drawings. Everyone claps and some of the boys stomp on the floor, then they rush to look at the drawings. Maddie points out a blue dress that Wanda had described. Peggy says...

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