The Penderwicks - Chapter Six: Rabbits and a Long Ladder Summary & Analysis

Jeanne Birdsall
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In the morning, Batty shares the story of the bull with Hound again. Hound tries to undo his latch like he did the day before, but Mr. Penderwick has fixed it. Jeffrey arrives and reminds Batty she isn’t supposed to tell anyone, but Hound doesn’t count, she informs him.

Rosalind has already repaired Batty’s wings, and when Jeffrey observes the good job she’s done, Batty tells him that she does everything her mother would have done since her mother’s death. Asked if she misses her, Batty has to be honest. She tells him that she doesn’t really remember her mother, but admits that Rosalind still cries in her sleep sometimes, and then asks him not to tell anyone. Jeffrey admits that he was afraid of the bull, and he doesn’t want...

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