George's Marvelous Medicine - Marvelous Medicine Number Three - Goodbye Grandma Summary & Analysis

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Marvelous Medicine Number Three – George’s father returns home with the flea powder and shoe polish. George adds them into the medicine and mixes it up. He and his dad then try it out on another chicken, but this time, the chicken’s neck grows very long. George then remembers the medicine is missing engine oil and antifreeze.

Marvelous Medicine Number Four – George returns to mixing the medicine up. His mother and father then watch as it is tested on another chicken. This time, the chicken shrinks and becomes very small.

Goodbye, Grandma – George cannot imagine what else he has left out of the medicine at this point. Grandma, once again feeling grumpy and angry, grabs the medicine from George believing it to be a cup of tea. Steam begins pouring out of Grandma. Killy is thrilled with...

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