The Year of Secret Assignments - Study Guide Chapters 5-9: Letters from Ashbury, Letters from Brookfield, Letters from Ashbury, Letters from Brookfield, Lydia's Notebook Summary & Analysis

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In these chapters, the reader gets the first sets of letters back and forth between the girls and the students at Brookfield. The girls are writing to unknown students in their first letter, so they mainly just introduce themselves.

Chapter 5: In Emily's first letter to her pen pal at Ashbury, readers hear Emily's voice for the first time. Her letter is bubbly and full of exclamation points. She writes about how much she loves shopping, chocolate, and horses. She teases her pen pal with the ambiguous information that she receives "secret assignments," but she but she won't reveal what they are or who they're from. Finally she praises Mr. Botherit for the pen pal project. Lydia's letter...

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