The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 26, Ada believed Susan tricked her into writing when she asked Jamie to show them why he was left-handed. She had Ada try writing first with her left hand, then her right. She told Ada she’d just written her name. Ada kept the paper to practice later.

In November Fred gave Ada a side saddle he’d found. He saddled Butter with it and then put Ada on top. She was able to fold her right leg over the saddle so that it didn’t matter that she couldn’t use the stirrup on the right side. He let her practice using the new saddle. She felt much more secure in saddle. On her way home Ada rode again to the top of the big hill. She noticed the shore was fenced in barbed wire and knew mines had been buried...

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