When Zachary Beaver Came to Town - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Toby is hot, and he would like to go get a snow cone but he has to watch Tara. The sheriff drives slowly by and takes a look at the commotion. The sheriff has a dog in the car with him, one of dozens someone in town has rescued and given to him. The sheriff has a soft spot in his heart for stray animals, especially dogs.

Finally, the skinny person selling the tickets moves to the steps of the trailer and begins his story about the boy everyone has come to see. The man, Paulie Rankin, claims the boy is six hundred and forty-three pounds, the fattest boy in the world. Tara wants to know if the boy is fatter than Santa. Cal kneels down to assure her that the boy is much fatter than Santa. Toby figures Cal is so good with kids, because he...

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