The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 - Study Guide Chapter 12, That Dog Won't Hunt No More Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paul Curtis
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The humid heat is hard for the Watsons to get used to. Sleeping is too hot. Kenny has no energy in the daytime either. When he wakes up the first day, he goes outside where Mr. Robert, Dad, and Byron are standing and talking. They're talking about the old hunting dog named Toddy. Mr. Robert and Toddy are both old and can't hunt anymore. Mr. Robert tells them about how he saved Toddy when a 'coon drowned him. Kenny goes inside to get some breakfast. Momma and Grandma Sands are talking at the table, catching up. Finally Momma asks about Grandma and Mr. Robert. Momma clearly doesn't approve of their living together, but Grandma pretty much lets Momma know it's none of her business. The men and Byron come inside to see if Joey and...

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