If I were to write a sequel to Wringer, I might have Palmer
start a campaign to stop Pigeon Day. Maybe he could get people
to sign a petition to stop it. Then he would have the problem
of needing to find another way to raise money for the playground.
That was why they had Pigeon Day in the first place. He and
his friends could brainstorm ways to raise money.
If there was ever a nother book to wringer palmer will be all
geroun up and he will have kids.His kids will wonder about be-
ing a wringer.In the end he will help them make a choce to be
or not to be a wringer.
If there was another sequel for Wringer it could start out as all of Palmers friends, and him trying to solve the problem of pigeon day. They could maybe start out with trying to figure out another way to raise money for the park so they wouldn’t have to have pigeon day.
i think that if there was another sequel for wringer,they
would probably make it where Palmer is grown up and he has a son,and
he has the same feelings and thoughts that his father had when he was
a kid.I chose this answer because i think that this is how they would
countinue the story of Wringer.
I agree with brandon wright. It would be very interesting to read a sequeal of this book
about stopping Pigeon Day. It would also be quite fun to find out how Palmer would raise
money year after year for the park without shooting any pigeons.