Summer of the Monkeys - Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 - 15 Summary

That night, a huge thunderstorm rolls through the area with high winds, continual lightning crashes, and a deluge of rain. Jay Berry cannot recall ever having seen such a powerful storm. Daisy, afraid of the thunder, hides in Jay Berry's room and tells him about Thor, the Thunder God, and also tells him again about The Old Man of the Mountains. Jay Berry isn't sure if Daisy is telling tall tales or really believes she occasionally sees The Old Man of the Mountains. She claims to see him outside the window, but Jay Berry does not see him. Daisy claims The Old Man of the Mountains is granting them good luck. In Chapter 14, in the morning, Daisy goes to her dollhouse and discovers a fairy ring - a perfect circle of equidistant mushrooms. Daisy gathers the Lee family to see the...

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