A Girl Named Disaster - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Farmer
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Chapter 26 Summary

As Nhamo recovers, she is able to venture down from her platform. She goes to the stream to drink. The baboons are there, but they ignore her. She likes watching them interact, almost like humans. A baby repeats its endless jumping game with its father. Nhamo wonders if baboons can be married and if they tell stories.

Nhamo gets new thatch grass for her platform and carries it back. She should go check her traps, but merely standing upright makes her dizzy. She decides to leave her traps until the next day, when she regrets doing so because they are all broken and the prey is gone. A wildcat of some sort is the suspect, based on tracks around the trap. She makes some new traps, deciding that she also must learn to hunt.

Hunting will require spears with sharp tips, so Nhamo fashions some out of...

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Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults
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