The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 22-25 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 22, Ada and Butter wandered a while before she saw a tall hill and climbed it. She saw the sea but didn’t know what it was. From the hill she could also see the spire of the church. At dinner she asked Miss Smith what it was she had seen from the hill. Miss Smith told her it was the English Channel. When Miss Smith asked about Butter Ada told her the pony wouldn’t trot because Miss Smith had crippled him. Although Miss Smith told Ada the abuse wasn’t deliberate Ada pulled away when Miss Smith tried to pat her arm. Ada goes on to tell how Miss Smith made her go with her to the pasture and show her the differences in Butter’s hooves. She explained to Ada it was difficult for her to face the things...

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