Chapters 28-30 Summary

Chapters 28-30: "Summer" (continued)

Misha continues to go through the wall every night, pilfering food for both the orphanage and his family. Although he never acknowledges her, Janina accompanies him. She follows him everywhere. The two children continue to raid the Jackboot hotel, as well as some of the finest houses in Warsaw. One night, a little boy who lives in one of these houses accosts them, and the three children spend amiable hours sitting around a table, snacking on pickled herring, sugar cookies, and milk. The boy cries when Misha and Janina leave, and they console him by promising to return, but Misha knows they never will.

Mr. Milgrom does not discover that Janina is smuggling...

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