The Wish Giver: Three Tales of Coven Tree - Tale 3, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Tale 3, Part 1 Summary

"Water, Water, Everywhere", Chapter 1 - The morning after returning from the church social after having hung his pants in the closet with Blinn's card still in the pocket, Adam is unhappy to hear that the well on his family's farm has gone dry again, and that he has to go and haul water from the river. He mentions the possibility of getting water from the spring on a neighboring farm, but his Pa angrily refuses (see "Quotes", p. 126), saying that a dowser named Uncle Poot (see "Quotes", p. 131) is going to be in the neighborhood and will help them find water. Adam doubts that dowsing really works and remains convinced that "he'd be hauling water ... for the rest of his life." The next day is a school day, the day Adam encounters the croaking Polly on the road (see "Jug-a-rum", Chapter...

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