The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 - Study Guide Chapter 13, I Meet Winnie's Evil Twin Brother: the Wool Pooh Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paul Curtis
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Byron, Kenny, and Joey are heading to the lake for a swim. Grandma warns them not to go to Collier's Landing, because a little boy died in the whirlpool there. The children walk to the lake and see a sign pointing one way to a public beach and the other way to Collier's Landing. Kenny is eager to see Collier's Landing. He wants adventure. Joey reminds him about Grandma's warning. Out of character, Byron says he won't go there. He give Kenny and Joey a story about "Wool Pooh," the supposed evil twin of Winnie-the-Pooh. They believe him, but Kenny still wants to go.

While the other two go to the public beach, Kenny takes the path toward Collier's Landing. Little by little he makes his way...

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