The Lost Boy - New Beginnings Summary & Analysis

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New Beginnings Summary and Analysis

David quickly fits in to life at Aunt Mary's house, but still has trouble making friends. David recalls that he had once looked forward to time at school because it took him from the horrors of his home, but now hates school because it takes him from playtime at Aunt Mary's house. David watches as his new friends at Aunt Mary's steal candy bars from nearby grocery stores. David, already accustomed to stealing food, followed their lead. He soon begins stealing food from Aunt Mary as well. When she finds out, Aunt Mary keeps a closer eye on David, restricting his time away from home. David has learned by watching that anything he leaves behind will be lost to him forever, so he packs and holds onto everything as he prepares to be moved to his first "permanent" foster...

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