The Wide Window - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Violet, Klaus and Sunny arrive back at Aunt Josephine's house. The two girls go to take a baking soda bath to get rid of their hives and Klaus heads to the library to do some research. The girls return after their bath, but, unfortunately, were not able to use baking soda, since Aunt Josephine never baked anything. However, their allergies are starting to wear off and Klaus is making progress on cracking the code hidden within Aunt Josephine's note.

He begins by finding misspellings and misused words. By taking the letters that should have been in the words, he ends up with the name "Curdled Cave" when they are all put together. It then becomes obvious that Aunt Josephine was sending the children a message to meet her at Curdled Cave.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Herman is beginning and the open window in the library...

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