George's Marvelous Medicine - A Crane for Grandma - Marvelous Medicine Number Two Summary & Analysis

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A Crane for Grandma – Grandma becomes upset when she realizes she is no longer the center of attention. She begins demanding George bring her tea, but George’s father tells him it is a good thing Grandma is stuck where she is. George’s mom insists Grandma be helped, so Killy calls a crane company to send over a large crane to pull her out. Although the medicine has not cured Grandma’s crankiness, it has cured her aches and pains. Grandma goes galloping around on Jack Frost, the now-giant pony. She demands everyone get out of her way. As the day ends, Grandma must sleep in the barn because she can no longer fit in the house.

Mr. Kranky’s Great Idea – Killy tells George his new plan: he wants to produce the marvelous medicine...

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