The River at Green Knowe - Dr. Biggin Finds a Giant's Tooth - The Circus Summary & Analysis

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Dr. Biggin Finds a Giant's Tooth - The Circus Summary

In the attic, the children feel guilty about not telling Dr. Biggin about the giants, because she studies them. The children decide to find a way to let Dr. Biggin discover the tooth. They put it on the newly-graveled path outside the manor. The children wait impatiently for Miss Biggin to discover the tooth. The children watch in anguish as Dr. Biggin comes out to think, and kicks the tooth absentmindedly. Suddenly, she realizes what she is kicking. At dinner, she is very happy, though she will not say why. The next day arrives, with the meeting of the Society. The children help prepare the house, and then head out for the day.

The river is busy with boaters and holidaymakers and vacationers. Ida, Ping, and Oskar...

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