The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 11-14 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 11, Ada narrates that three things of interest happened in the following week. First, Ada reports how she and Jamie made tea and took it to Miss Smith after she didn’t get out of bed at all on Tuesday. Miss Smith told Ada she was being thoughtful for sugaring her tea the way she liked it. Ada wasn’t sure if being thoughtful was good or bad. Miss Smith also learns in this section that Ada and Jamie’s last name was really Smith.

The second thing of interest was that the Royal Air Force built a base across the road from Butter’s pasture. Jamie snuck over to watch until an officer brought him home and told Miss Smith to keep him away.

Third, Billy White and some other evacuated children went back to London. When Miss Smith, Ada and...

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