Kildee House - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Chapter 9 Summary

It is the rainy season during which the rain falls in steady torrents for days at a time. It is a welcome relief from the drought during the summer. With everything green and lush near Christmas, it is difficult for Jerome to get the spirit without snow and cold weather. After school resumes in September, Jerome doesn't see as much of Emma Lou who is busy with her homework and chores at home. He wants to buy her a nice Christmas gift but doesn't know what she would want. Emma Lou is having a good time at school, irritating her foe Donald every chance she gets.

The raccoons are nested inside the warm cabin and Old Grouch sleeps on a cushion by the fireplace. The baby skunks have all matured but are still under the house. Monarch is spending more and more time away. His visits become...

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