James and the Giant Peach - Study Guide Chapters 24 - 27 Summary & Analysis

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In celebration of their escape, Grasshopper breaks into song, using his legs to play his body as though it were a violin. The music is positively beautiful and everyone stands up and cheers his performance. James learns that Grasshopper can play his music this way because he is a short horned grasshopper. He also learns that Grasshopper's ears are small slits in his tummy, not protruding from the side of his head like a human. The rest of the insects begin telling James all about themselves - like Earthworm who swallows soil, in one end out the other, for the benefit of farmers, and Ladybug who also helps farmers by gobbling up smaller, pesky insects. Ladybug has nine spots on her shell, which display the branch of family each bug belongs to.

When Spider begins telling her story, she begins to weep and...

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