The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 4-7 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 4, even though the train ride was miserable Ada was amazed when they left the city and she saw grass for the first time. She was really awed when she saw a girl riding a pony, racing the train. When the girl and pony jumped a stone wall Ada told herself and Jamie that she would do that one day. When Jamie laughed Ada asked why she wouldn’t be able to ride a pony. He admitted she had taught herself to walk pretty well. Ada didn’t share with him how much that day’s walking had hurt.

In Chapter 5, when they finally stopped at a train station an iron faced woman threatened to make all the children stay on the train but the teacher ordered them off so they could use the restroom and get something to eat and drink...

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