Three Times Lucky - Chapters 1-3: Trouble in Tupelo Landing; The Colonel; The Three Day Rule Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Chapters 1-3 introduce Mo as the narrator of "Three Times Lucky." As narrator, Mo explains some of the background of herself and a few of the other characters. The story takes place in Tupelo Landing, a rural town in North Carolina.

Mo is an 11-year-old rising 6th grader living in Tupelo Landing, North Carolina, who was orphaned as an infant; her birth mother built a make-shift raft, tied Mo to it, and sent her down a river. One of Mo's main caretakers, the Colonel, is the one who found and picked up Mo on the raft; he had just crashed into Fool's Bridge and caught the raft just in time. The Colonel speaks in military terms and likes to watch military-related programming on the television. He and Mo share a special relationship, as...

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