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The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, The World's Greatest Dinosaur War Ever Summary

Christopher Paul Curtis
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Chapter 3, The World's Greatest Dinosaur War Ever Summary

The older of the two new boys, Rufus, gets put in Kenny's class, and the teacher sits him next to Kenny. At first, Kenny is appalled, because he doesn't want to be perceived as connected with Rufus. He thinks he'll just get picked on twice as much. In fact, he doesn't. At lunchtime, Rufus sits with Kenny on the playground. Rufus tells Kenny how in Arkansas they shoot and eat squirrels for dinner. Kenny is amazed by this and has a hard time believing it. After a while, they become friends. Kenny is not too excited about this at the beginning. LJ Jones is the only other kid Kenny has played with for a while, and LJ stole a great big bunch of Kenny's toy plastic dinosaurs. LJ tricked Kenny by burying the dinosaurs in...

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