The Watsons Go to Birmingham--1963 - Chapter 13, I Meet Winnie's Evil Twin Brother, the Wool Pooh Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, I Meet Winnie's Evil Twin Brother, the Wool Pooh Summary

The next day, as Kenny, Joey, and Byron leave for the lake, Grandma Sands warns them against a whirlpool at Collier's Landing that drowned a little boy. On the way to the lake, the sign to Collier's Landing has big warning messages on it. Kenny sees it and begs to go, but Joey says they're not allowed, and asks what the thing was that got the little boy. Kenny says it was a Wool Pooh, Winnie the Pooh's evil brother, who hides under the water and catches little kids. By takes Joey down to the public beach. Kenny is disappointed that his brother isn't breaking the rules, as usual.

Kenny figures that By's story about the Wool Pooh is a lie, and he heads off...

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