The War With Grandpa Characters

Robert Kimmel Smith
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Peter Stokes

Peter "Pete" Stokes is the main character in the novel. The story is told from his point of view as he is writing about the series of circumstances that brought his grandfather to live with them one year. It also describes the war that Pete declared on his grandfather when he was forced to give up his room to his grandfather.

Peter is shown to basically be a very kind and loving kid, but also very immature. Though he is told that his grandfather is sad and lonely, all Pete can focus on is himself and the fact that he is losing his room to someone else. When he is told that his grandfather can't climb stairs to go to the bathroom and that Pete's room is the logical choice, Pete won't listen. Pete suggests that they take Jennifer's room instead, but his parents tell him that...

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