Waiting for the Rain Quotes

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"The second thing Frikkie always did when he arrived at his uncle's farm for the school holidays was look for Tengo."
Chap 1, p. 3

"When tea was over, Selina cleared the table. In the kitchen, she poured the tea that remained in the pot into a large, chipped enamel mug, stirred in sugar and milk. She put the cake away in a tin in the pantry, cut a thick slice of white bread which she spread with apricot jam, then took the bread and tea out to Tengo who was bouncing a ball in the yard."
Chap. 2, p. 13

"He could not ever remember being so happy as each book was taken out, examined, and marveled at."
Chap. 5, p. 37

"He wished Sissie hadn't come to the farm. He felt bewildered and sore inside. He wanted to get away from Frikkie—from all of them."
Chap. 6, p. 58

"The shock of the...

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