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When Zachary Beaver Came to Town - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

The next day, Cal tells Toby that they all got new letters from Wayne. They were in his things but his parents waited a little while before giving them to them. Cal reads his letter to Toby and it tells the two of them not to be in a hurry to grow up and that this war is not all it is cracked up to be. Wayne says he wants to scare him, because he does not want him to grow up and go to war thinking it will be all fun and games like he did.

That night, the McKnight and the Wilsons go to the fields with the ladybugs to have the annual Ladybug Waltz. Everyone is there, including Zachary, Juan and his family, and Miss Myrtie Mae with her camera. Everyone gets a sack of bugs. When Kate signals Mr. Wilson, he turns on...

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