The Hundred Dresses - The Letter to Room 13 Summary & Analysis

Eleanor Estes
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Maddie and Peggy get together on Saturday to write Wanda a letter. They plan to tell her that they're very sorry for teasing her but they can't find the words. In the end, the letter is just a friendly way of saying “hello.” They do tell her that she won the contest and ask if she likes her new home and her new teacher. The mail the letter to Boggins Heights, hoping that it will be forwarded to Wanda. As soon as they send the letter, they feel better.

They don't get the letter back so they believe it might have found its way to Wanda. But she doesn't write back. Maddie wonders if Wanda is too mad to answer.

Maddie thinks about the way Wanda looked and about how the dress never looked like it fit right, as if it...

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