Whirligig Chapter 8 Summary

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Her grandmother tells her to go places that don't even make any sense, like a birch tree, and an old run down house. This old house was Rachel's, her long dead sister. Jenny is confused at first about her grandmother's directions, and she is frustrated at not knowing what is going on in grandmother's mind...
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At the last stop, which was a spinning whirligig on an old, run down hostel, is when Jenny finally understands the journey. Her grandmother explained that she wanted to see all these special things in her life, before she died. The whirligig gave her and Jenny a message that not everyone is evil, and when people died in the Holocaust, they would have wanted the people that learned of them to spread joy and happiness, instead of grieving over their losses...
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