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When Zachary Beaver Came to Town Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

Antler is a farming town in the heart of the Texas panhandle. The town's population has dwindled in the past few years because of farm foreclosures. There is the Dairy Maid, the Bowl-a-Rama, the real estate office, and the grocery store that make up the majority of downtown. A cotton gin sits on the outskirts of town and people can often see cotton blowing on the wind like snow. Antler is a very small town that tends to be boring for young boys on summer break from school.

Toby and Cal live next door to each other even though Cal's Dad has a farm on the outside of town. Toby's house is a small two-story that his Mom inherited from her parent and their parents before that. A flag waves outside the McKnight house in honor of Wayne's service. Cal's other brother, Billy, is outside when Toby...

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