Sid laughs at Tom for this, and when Aunt Polly leaves he reaches for the sugar and breaks the bowl. Aunt Polly yells at Tom for this. Tom pouts and makes Aunt Polly feel bad for him. Tom wandered to his unknown love’s house, then climbs in the window late at night. At Sunday school the next day, Tom “buys” scripture tickets from all the boys that are used to get a Bible.
Summary: Chapter XXXVII Aunt Sally notices the missing shirt, candles, sheets, and other articles Huck and Tom steal for their plan, and she takes out her anger at the disappearances on seemingly everyone except the boys. She believes that perhaps rats have stolen some of the items, so Huck and Tom secretly plug up the ratholes in the house, confounding Uncle Silas when he goes to do the same job. By removing and then replacing sheets and spoons, the boys confuse Sally so much that she loses track of how many she has. The baking of the “witch pie” is a trying task, but the boys finally finish it and send it to Jim. Summary: Chapter XXXVIII Tom insists that Jim scratch an inscription bearing his coat of arms on the wall of the shed, the way the books say.
Summary: This story is about a boy named Tom Sawyer. He made a lot of pranks on people. Once he had to go to the church. But before going, he had to take a bath. So his Aunt Polly put him in a bathtub with water.
Shortly after being shunned by Becky, Tom accompanies Huckleberry Finn, the son of the town drunk, to the graveyard at night to try out a “cure” for warts. At the graveyard, they witness the murder of young Dr. Robinson by the Native American “half-breed” Injun Joe. Scared, Tom and Huck run away and swear a blood oath not to tell anyone what they have seen. Injun Joe blames his companion, Muff Potter, a hapless drunk, for the crime. Potter is wrongfully arrested, and Tom’s anxiety and guilt...
One of the first things to happen in the book is a memorable one, the painting of the fence. Tom's aunt Polly made Tom paint her fence on a Saturday as a punishment. Tom just hated the idea of having to work on a Saturday while all of the neighborhood could make fun of and harass him. After Tom tried to trade some of his possessions for a few hours of freedom he had a stroke of genius, instead of him paying people to work for him, he made people pay him to paint. Tom managed this by telling people that it isn't every day that you get a chance to paint a fence and he thought it was fun.
Toms dishonesty sent him to bed without dinner and was told that he was told white wash the fence for not going to school and lying. On Saturday Aunt Polly made Tom white wash the whole fence before he could go play. Tom, being the sly fox that he is, cons the neighborhood kids to want to paint the fence for him and they pay him with various childlike trades. Within hours the fence is painted with three coats of white wash ad Aunt Polly is astonished by the hard work and effort Tom had put into the fence and so Tom was rewarded with being able to go swimming with everyone else. On his way to the swimming hole Tom sees that a new family is moving in and his curiosity draws him in for a closer look.
They are having some difficulties though because during the night someone is vandalizing the construction site. After becoming friends with the barefoot kid, who we find out, is a runaway known as “Mullet Fingers”, we also learn that he is responsible for the vandalism. He tells Roy about the baby owls burrowing in the construction site that will br killed if the construction continues. Roy also befriends Mullet Fingers’ step sister, Beatrice, who helps him fight off Dana. Together, Roy, Beatrice, and Mullet Fingers, also attempt to fight Mother Paula’s construction foreman and get them to move the location of the restaurant to save the owls.
Witches are one of his daily chores and ask Sam to join him. While Tim is milking Old Pru he's talking to Sam about how has he been lately and what is he doing back at home. And Sam tells him truth why he is back at home, and it's to get the Brown Bess. Which is the family's gun and Tim swears that he can't tell Mom or Dad. Well in the morning when Sam try's to get the Brown Bess his father catches him and they get big fight whether he's going to fight the British or not and finally his dad throws him out the house.
When asked why he seems so scared, Oliver falls down and begs to be beaten or killed instead of being made the chimney sweep's apprentice. The judge refuses to allow the apprenticeship and the reward for Oliver is once again advertised. Chapter 4 The officials consider making Oliver a cabin boy, thinking he will die very quickly in the horrible conditions, but the parish undertaker, Mr. Sowerberry, takes Oliver as an apprentice. Mrs. Sowerberry dev... ... middle of paper ... ...d eyes and accidentally hangs himself. Chapter 51 Oliver and his friend journey to his birth town, along with Monks.
There was a new first grade teacher, Miss Caroline Fisher, a young teacher recently out of college. She was irritated that Scout had learned the alphabet, because Miss Fisher wanted to teach them from scratch, and now it would “interfere with her reading” Later, she asks who has lunches and who goes into town. She offers Walter some money, but he declines because he knows he can’t pay her back. Miss Caroline smacked Scout with a ruler, “whipping her” and sending everyone into a storm of laughter. That disturbed the sixth grade.