When Zachary Beaver Came to Town - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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When Toby gets home, he is exhausted. However, his Dad wants to go fishing. The two go out to Lake Kiezer and sit in silence for a long while. Toby's Dad catches a fish and throws it back, irritating Toby. Toby asks why he does that and his Dad says that it is in thanks for the fish allowing him to catch her. Toby's Dad goes on to tell Toby that he grew up with a father who, when not working, was entertaining important people. Toby's Dad says that his own father was more interested in business and work than he was in his own family. Toby's Dad says he left that life for the precise reason that he did not want any more excitement and wanted to be able to spend time like this with his son.

The conversation shifts to Toby's Mom. Toby's Dad tells him that he...

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