The Penderwicks - Chapter Three: The Moops Summary & Analysis

Jeanne Birdsall
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Batty is ready for bed, and she sits waiting for Rosalind to tell her a bedtime story. Tonight, Batty wants to hear a story about her mother. There aren’t many of them, since Mrs. Penderwick died when she was just a baby, but she loves any story that reminds her of her mother. She bounces on the bed, deciding it will be comfortable, and wishes Hound could sleep with her. Even though their rooms are connected by a closet, Batty knows it will be a while before Rosalind comes to bed because a MOOPS (Meeting Of Older Penderwick Sisters) has been called for eight o’clock.

The door opens and Hound bursts in, tail wagging. Though Batty knows he isn’t allowed in her room, she decides to let him stay and pushes him into the closet before Rosalind comes...

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