George's Marvelous Medicine - Animal Pills - Grandma Gets the Medicine Summary & Analysis

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Animal Pills – While George stays away from things that could be very dangerous, he realizes no one has ever told him to stay away from the animal medicines. He decides to use all of the animal medicines, such as the chicken medicine meant for chickens with foul pest, hen gripe, sore beaks, broodiness, and so on. George then begins stirring the mixture, which becomes thick like cream. For extra measure, he adds in things like engine oil, to keep Grandma running smoothly, and grease for her creaking joints.

The Cook-up – Grandma tells George it is time for her medicine, but George must remind her she cannot have her medicine for another 21 minutes. George boils his medicine, which gives off a rich blue smoke. The mixture smells magical and compels George to sing about the medicine he has made...

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