Mr. Popper's Penguins - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Richard and Florence Atwater
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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Chapter 7: Bill and Janie go to school, Mr. Popper is busy shaving (because he feels a surge of pride about the ownership of the penguin), and Mrs. Popper is busy in the kitchen doing dishes. This presents Captain Cook the opportunity to wander around the house. He pecks into every nook and cranny, and he finds a wide variety of junk and little knickknacks, which he brings back to the refrigerator in a nest-building instinct. Everything from a chess piece to thread to coins to a partially-consumed lollipop have been gathered. Mrs. Popper is actually grateful, since the bird has saved her effort from tidying up. Nevertheless, Mr. Popper takes Captain Cook away by placing a leash of clothesline on him and taking him out for a walk.

Chapter 8: Mr. Popper takes Captain Cook out for a walk, but Captain Cook...

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