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When Zachary Beaver Came to Town Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

The next morning, Cal wakes Toby by throwing dirt clods against his window. Cal's family is always up at six every morning and normally finished with their chores by eight, which means Toby has a built in alarm clock. Toby does not mind, however. Today is Saturday anyway and even Cal is allowed Saturdays off.

On the way out, Toby and Cal watch Kate attempting to parallel park the family station wagon. Kate is the only high school junior in Antler, who does not have her driver's license, because she cannot parallel park. Even now, Kate knocks down one of the garbage cans she is using to practice.

Cal and Toby ride their bikes into town, yelling names at the town bully as he mows the school lawn. The boys discuss what they want to do and quickly realize they do not have enough money for the...

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