The Penderwicks - Chapter Fourteen: A Midnight Adventure Summary & Analysis

Jeanne Birdsall
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Batty asks for yet another bedtime story and Rosalind agrees if she promises to go to sleep afterward. Rosalind still isn’t sure what happened at Arundel Hall. Skye locked herself in her room the moment they returned and Batty looked as though she’d been crying and refused to leave Rosalind’s side.

Rosalind tells Batty an abbreviated story, tucking her in after she falls asleep. Then she goes up to check on Jane, whose temperature seems to have gone down. She goes into her room, and is standing at the window, thinking about Cagney when Skye knocks on the door. She comes in and asks Rosalind if she’s ever been so mad that she’s lost control.

Rosalind can’t remember being that angry in a long time, but knows enough to ask Skye if she’d...

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