Saturday, June 1, 2019

A Long Way From Chicago by Richard Peck :: A Long Way From Chicago Richard Peck

A Long Way From Chicago by Richard learnThe book A Long Way From Chicago is an adventurous and funny story. The story takes place at Joey Dowdels Grandmothers farm stomach in the country. Joey and his child Mary Alice were sent to their Grandmas house during the summer because their parents had to go to Canada for their work. At first, Joey felt uncomfortable with his Grandmother because he had never met her before notwithstanding eventually he got to know her and they became close friends.On the first week at Grandmas, a man named Shotgun Cheatman died. Everyone in the town went to the funeral because he was the well known assistant to the Mayor. The funeral was held in Grandmas house and a creepy thing happened that night when Tom the cat crawled inside the casket. The side by side(p) day, Joey, Mary Alice and Grandma left the house and walked across fields of tall grass and cow pies aplenty to Salt Creek to go fishing. They found an old woody boat and Grandma rowed the boat o ut into the creek. While on their fishing adventure, they encountered a cottonmouth snake that fell into the boat and a party of boozy men on land dancing in their underwear. Strange things began to happen the next couple days. First, Joey was in the living room of Grandmas house making a jig saw puzzle. He heard the sound of a horses hooves walking slowly on the street then the sound stop in front of the house and heard someone put something in Grandmas mail box. Joey heard the horse walk away and a little while later Grandmas mailbox blew up. Next, Ms. Wilcoxs outhouse was destroyed by a cherry bomb. Then, a dead mouse was found floating in the bottle of milk that was delivered to the front

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