The Hundred Dresses Setting

Eleanor Estes
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Room 13

This is the classroom where Wanda, Maddie, and Peggy attend school. The room is divided into sections, including a corner of the room where most of the loud boys sit with those students who don't make good grades. It's also noted that this corner of the room is where most of the mud is on the floor. The room is a typical classroom and this is where Wanda's drawings are displayed.

Boggins Heights

Boggins Heights is a poor area of town where Wanda Petronski lives with her father and brother. Wildflowers grow in the area during the summer months and some of the children go there to pick them, but it's not a good place to live. There is an old man who lives in a yellow house at the edge of the neighborhood and all the children are afraid of him.

The Petronski House

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