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Kildee House Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Chapter 13 Summary

Emma Lou arrives first the next night. Jerome has done a lot of cooking and planning and scheming and is hoping that everything will go all right. They discuss the problems they might encounter when the new skunks are introduced to the raccoons. Jerome wants the skunks to feel like they are guests—guests always behave mannerly. Donald bursts in the room. The two youngsters are surprised to see one another. Jerome knows that in the next few minutes he will know whether or not his scheme will work.

Donald has a burlap bag full of corn cobs with him. He says he needs help and passes the bag to Emma Lou. Soon she is on the floor with raccoons crawling all over her trying to get to the corn. Donald sits on the floor and the two help feed the corn to the hungry raccoons...

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