Albert becomes an apprentice for a craftsman who is Jewish. His classmates accuse him of being a Jew-lover and Laura is embarrassed because they accuse her when she tells them to quit picking on Albert. Albert learns to take pride in his work and when Mr. Isaac Singerman dies at the end of the summer, Albert follows his way of planting an acorn to grow a tree to repay the earth for the one he used in his carpentry. Written by
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Ain't nothing wrong with being prejudice against jews. It's kinda like a self-defense!
I kind of agree with you, Larrabee. I'm prejudice myself.
You are? Against who?
Against short, rednecked farmers.