The True Blue Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp - Chapters 37 - 43: The Next Night Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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Summary

Both alligators and wild hogs are plentiful in Chapter 37. Hogs prefer to travel by night and when they travel in large groups, they are called "sounders".

The Swamp Scouts are awake in Chapter 38. They head to Crawdad Lane to gather crawfish for their breakfast before going out on their next mission. Once they are stuffed, they hear and feel the rumblings throughout the swamp. Just as they start to think what could be causing the rumbling, a storm breaks out. Bingo and J'miah head back to Information Headquarters as lightning is striking. The lightning hits close enough that Bingo and J'miah receive another message from the Voice of Intelligence. This time it says that fishing will be good and then he gives the raccoons horrible news. It informs the scouts that a large group of hogs are descending upon Sugar...

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