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    Grandma Dowdel doesn't like the idea of feeding Mary Alice's cat table scraps because she believes that cats should be able to hunt for their own food. Also, since Grandma Dowdel has very little...

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    In Richard Peck's young adult novel A Year Down Yonder, protagonist Mary Alice is thrust into a situation in which she must uproot from her former life and settle into a new life she feels she'll...

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    The climax of Richard Peck's novel comes after Grandma has been giving the house a "second spring cleaning," including turning mattresses and "rearranging" the cobhouse with "a turning lathe, a...

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