A Girl Named Disaster - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Farmer
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Nhamo intends to settle on this large island until she can figure out what to do. Her boat is not capable of navigating the big lake in its mangled state, and she thinks she might have to wait until some other humans come to the island to help her. Then she hears the voice of Crocodile Guts praising her idea of building her own boat. She decides that is what she will do.

Nhamo ventures further inland, memorizing landmarks so she can return to retrieve her supplies from the shore. She is nervous because the lone baboon must have been fleeing from something, either a predator or some other danger. She knows that danger is probably still present.

Nhamo finds an area where she can camp, surrounded by lucky-bean trees, which animals know to be poisonous and will not bother. She will build a platform in the...

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