Misty of Chincoteague - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5

During dinner the grandchildren ask their grandfather if they will get more money for each tame pony they sell. Grandfather agrees to pay them 10 extra dollars a head, but only if they are tamed, since tame horses go for more. As weeks and months pass Paul and Maureen take up jobs doing anything to raise the money for their horse. One day grandfather is being helped by Paul and asks him why he wants another pony when the corral is full of them. Paul wants a pony that he will never have to sell. Paul asks his grandfather for an empty stall and his grandpa gives him one on the condition that they maintain it.

Chapter 6

Paul helps in the following weeks to ready the pony grounds for the penning. He makes sure the pens are built well so the horses, most...

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