Do you have any bread made with unbleached flower?....
You will get whatever Lou back there tossed.
In this scene Lou and the narrator is late for school. On THEIR wall, they see the painter lady painting with white paint. They remind her to stop and rush to school.
Scene 4: The Junky Hardware Store
In this scene Lou and the narrator get back from school. The Morris twins offer the painter lady dinner, but she does not take it. She does not take it because the painter lady has her own food.
Scene 5: Suprises
In this scene Lou and the narrator are listening to the painter lady and their mom argue while they sit in the back and laugh. The painter lady was picky about the food and their mom had had enough of it.
In this scene, Lou and the narrator rush to the junky hardware store to get some a can of white epoxy. They used their whole allowance on it. But, because they spent all of their money, they had to walk home instead of riding the bus.
When Lou and the narrator get back for the junky hardware store, they find something odd. Everybody is standing in front of their wall, admiring it. The only thing is, they hadn't done anything to the wall, only the painter lady. When they get close enough to where they can see the wall, their eyes stare in awe and in amazement.
I think one theme could be not judging people or their abilities based on their appearance or actions. Lou and the narrator thought the painter lady was a rude woman and did not deserve to paint on their wall. She spent all of her time dedicated to the wall and finally she made a masterpiece that was made for the kids of the small southern town.