Kildee House - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Jerome awakens the next morning and realizes how little he knows about taking care of a baby fawn. He is looking forward to Emma Lou coming—she will know how to care for it. The fawn must think his toes are food because when Jerome slides his feet onto the floor, the fawn begins licking his toes. He is able to get the hungry fawn at bay but doesn't know how he'll manage to make breakfast with the fawn nipping at him. The raccoons are all lined up and looking hungry, too.

Emma Lou comes with some milk and a baby bottle. The fawn drinks three bottles full of milk and goes to sleep. Jerome tells her the fawn would be better at her house since he doesn't know how to care for it. But they have hounds, Emma Lou tells him, who would tear after...

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