The Wish Giver: Three Tales of Coven Tree - Tale 1, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Tale 1, Part 2 Summary

"Jug-a-Rum", Chapter 3 - Polly wakes very early the next morning, worried about what is going to come out of her mouth that day (see "Quotes", p. 45). When she tests her voice, however, she finds that she can speak real words and later, on her way to school and for most of the first part of classes, she is so careful to be polite that she doesn't croak at all. Meanwhile, Leland and Lenora say they saw Rowena out in the forest talking to the trees. Later, at recess, two boys anger Polly so much that she loses her temper and speaks sharply to them, but suddenly lapses into croaking. Before it can get worse, though, Leland and Lenora pull her to one side, and Lenora offers an idea - that Polly only croaks when she loses her temper. Polly realizes she's...

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