Island of the Blue Dolphins - Study Guide Chapters 24-author’s afterword (p. 152-183) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24

Using reeds and Rontu’s hair, Karana’s pet birds build a nest in the tree inside her enclosure. Karana also takes in a seagull with a broken leg. When she goes to the reef, she sees Mon-a-nee in the kelp, and he follows her. There are two baby otters with him, and Karana decides that he must be a she, now that she is a mother. She changes her name to Won-a-nee, which means the Girl with the Large Eyes. With so many friends among the animals, Karana resolves never to kill cormorants, otters, seals, or wild dogs.

Chapter 25

Karana says that the hunters never returned to the island, but she continued to make weapons. She was prepared to move to another part of the island if it came to that. She says that she used to keep track of the...

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