The Penderwicks - Chapter Four: The Apology Summary & Analysis

Jeanne Birdsall
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Rosalind and Skye create the batter for chocolate chip cookies while Jane heads to Arundel Hall, rehearsing what she is going to say on the way. Rosalind shows Skye how to mix the batter, but Skye complains that it is all a waste of time, sure that Jane is going to make things worse instead of better and Jeffrey will hate them all when she is through.

Cagney pulls up with a rose bush from Mrs. Tifton’s garden and Rosalind heads outside to help. She promises to be right back, instructing Skye to spoon the batter onto cookie sheets and put them in the oven. Outside, Cagney tries to engage Batty in conversation, but Batty seldom talks to new people until she finds common ground with them. That proves easy when Cagney reveals he has rabbits and invites Rosalind to...

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