Summer of the Monkeys - Chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-8 Summary

Jay Berry runs home, tearing up his clothes in the process. At home he is embarrassed to admit that the monkeys have stolen all his gear. Papa later accompanies Jay Berry to the bottoms but they can't find the monkeys. Jay Berry goes to town to consult with Grandpa. Grandpa listens to the story of the monkey trap failure, thinks for awhile, and then fetches a large net from the store. It has a long handle and two lines—one opens the net, one closes it. He tells Jay Berry to dig a hole at night, hide in the hole, and bait the net. When a monkey steps onto the net, Jay Berry will pull the line to close the net and thus catch a monkey. In Chapter 6 Jay Berry spends the rest of the day dreaming about having enough...

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