The War With Grandpa - Chapters 9-15 Summary & Analysis

Robert Kimmel Smith
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The reader learns in these chapters that once, a long time previously, Pete's grandparents lived closer. That was when he was very small. But, then Grandpa had retired and they had moved to Florida. Pete shares that his grandfather used to work in construction before he retired, and that he'd been very good at his job. The grandfather that he sees upon arrival, is so different from the last time he'd seen him. There are more wrinkles and his face seems to have dropped lower. He looks very sad.

However, that night, as Peter is lying in the attic room, still afraid of the various odd sounds up there, he declares that he will make his grandfather regret taking his room. The next day Peter tells his friends, Steve and Billy what is happening at home. They are very sympathetic and outraged on...

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