Waiting for Anya - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Michael Morpurgo
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The man and the woman catch Jo and take him into the house. Ben and Madame Horcada tell Jo about the little girl. Leah is a Jewish girl who is attempting to escape the Germans. Leah's family is all gone. Benjamin also tells Jo that he and his daughter, Anya, were separated when they were attempting to flee Paris. Benjamin told Anya before their escape that if they were separated they should find one another again at Madame Horcada's, Anya's maternal grandmother. Now Benjamin waits for Anya in secret and helps young children like Leah escape into Spain over the nearby border. Madame Horcada asks Jo to keep their secret. Jo agrees.

When Jo returns to the village, he discovers a German soldier has come to speak with the mayor. Hubert, a young, mentally impaired man pretends to shoot the soldier with a wooden stick. When the...

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