The Night Gardener - Chapters 12 – 22 Summary & Analysis

Jonathan Auxier
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Part One: “Arrivals,” continued

In Chapter 12: “The Stationary Box,” Kip is urged onto the roof of the stable by Molly, who says the fresh air makes for good writing. She has brought along a stationary desk complete with paper and pens from the study, which Molly explains is rarely used. This is why she figures no one will miss the desk. Kip does not like the thought of taking things without asking, so wants to find a way to pay the Windsors back. Molly suggests doing extra chores, and Kip agrees. They write their letter and seal it in an envelope as the night comes on. Molly and Kip both hope their parents receive the letter.

In Chapter 13: “A Visit from Fig and Stubbs,” Constance heads out to the gardens while Bertrand works in his study and Alistair and Penny are in their bedrooms...

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