The War With Grandpa - Chapters 16-27 Summary & Analysis

Robert Kimmel Smith
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These chapters initially see Peter continuing to escalate his pranks on his grandfather. Several times his grandfather has told him that war should only be entered into when one has been attacked. He shares his own history with Pearl Harbor and how the US was attacked and had to go to war. Peter is still very angry with the situation, however, and doesn't really stop to ponder what his grandfather is trying to tell him.

Later that night, after he's sure his grandfather has gone to bed, Pete sneaks down to his grandfather's room and sets the alarm clock to go off at three in the morning. As he goes back to sleep he wonders if he will get in trouble for the prank, since so far his grandfather hasn't said anything to his parents about the pranks. But this one is pretty...

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