The Hundred Dresses - Up on Boggins Heights Summary & Analysis

Eleanor Estes
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Peggy and Maddie head to Boggins Heights right after school. Peggy seems to want to justify her actions toward Wanda. She says that she never called her “a foreigner” and never made fun of her last name. She then says that she always thought Wanda was “too dumb” to realize that they were making fun of her. Then Peggy says she's amazed at Wanda's drawing, and admits that Wanda can draw better than she. Maddie doesn't join in Peggy's conversation and spends her time hoping they will find Wanda still at home. She wants Wanda to stay and imagines that she and Peggy will stand up to anyone who tries to tease her from this point. Maddie is soon sad again, wishing that she could return to the way things were before everyone started making fun of Wanda.

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