George's Marvelous Medicine - The Brown - The Pig, the Bullocks, the Sheep, the Pony and the Nanny Goat Summary & Analysis

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The Brown Hen – George runs outside in time to see Grandma’s head come through the roof. Grandma declares this is proof she is magical, but George tells her she had nothing to do with it. George explains he has made her a new medicine, but Grandma does not believe him. George knows he will have to prove it, so he gives some of the medicine to a brown hen. The hen’s insides catch on fire, then the hen expands, and then the hen grows and grows. Grandma is stunned by this, but declares she is still taller.

The Pig, the Bullocks, the Sheep, the Pony and the Nanny Goat – George’s mother, Mary, returns from shopping. Mary is stunned by the giant hen and giant Grandma. Grandma gives...

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