Kildee House - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Chapter 12 Summary

There are so many raccoons exploring the house now that Jerome has to watch every step he takes or he'll step on one. The baby skunks are born and soon there will be twenty-seven new skunks coming in and out of the house. Jerome's nerves are raw and making it worse are the frequent visits by Donald. At first he is careful, but he is so fascinated with the raccoons that he becomes careless and doesn't worry about Emma Lou being there. Neither Emma Lou nor Donald has come up with a resolution for his growing animal population. He is also worried that the animals will start fighting with each other.

Donald brings by a squirrel cage with a wheel that the animals use for a race track. The skunks love it and have a great time using the race track. Jerome usually hides it when Emma...

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