Three Times Lucky Themes & Motifs

Sheila Turnage
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Friendship

Friendship is one of the most powerful and prominent themes in "Three Times Lucky". It is mostly shown through Mo and Dale's friendship. The pair go everywhere together, they rely on each other for physical and emotional support, and they work through conflicts immediately, which is a testament to how important their friendship is to them. From the beginning of the novel when Mo lets Dale know she can't go fishing with him, and instead Dale comes to the cafe to help her, to the end of the novel when Dale expresses offense that Mo is always searching for her birth mother. Dale wants Mo to know that there are people in Tupelo Landing who care for Mo like family, and he is one of them.

Mo and Dale are rising 6th graders, which is a time in an adolescent's life when friendships are extremely important...

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