The Yonahlossee Riding Camp For Girls - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Anton DiSclafani
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Chapter 13 begins with a letter from Thea’s mother. She starts by asking Thea about her Christmas, and says she wishes she could see her. She tells Thea she wishes she would have stayed a child longer. She mentions the letter that Thea wrote to Sam and the fact that he hasn’t written back. She also mentions that Georgie is “fine.”

It has been three days since Decca’s accident, and after a day of mourning, Yonahlossee has returned to normal. Mr. Holmes seems exhausted when Thea sees him at mealtimes. Rachel and Sarabeth have left camp to join Mrs. Holmes on her fundraising trip. Thea thinks this will give her a chance to be closer to Mr. Holmes.

Thea has her riding lesson with Mr. Albrecht. Mr. Holmes visits the riding ring and approaches Thea to tell her that Decca is feeling...

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