How Does Jay Berry Lee Catch The Monkeys

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Summer of the Monkeys:
A Young Boy 's Journey to Catching Monkeys. Have you ever thought that it would be easy to catch a monkey? Well, for Jay Berry Lee, it wasn 't. He tried and tried to catch the monkeys, but every time he tried, he failed. He used traps every time to catch the monkeys when he should have tried to become friends with them at first. He also hurt the monkeys, so that made the monkeys not trust him to help them. In the last chapters of the book the monkeys saw that Jay was good and he did not want to hurt them, so they did trust him. Even though Jay berry lee became friends with the monkeys at the end of the book, the friendship between the monkeys and Jay was not good in the beginning of the book because Jay was using traps to catch the monkeys and
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Jay shot Jimbo, the big monkey, with a been shooter. Jay had the equipment to catch the monkeys, but he got mad because Jimbo was making fun of him, so Jay shot Jimbo with a small rock. Jimbo was mad so, he chased Jay. Jay was mad, I understand the situation. If I were him, I would have done the same thing. Even though Jay Berry Lee hurt the monkeys, the most important reason was far worst. The most important reason the friendship between the monkeys and Jay was not good in the beginning of the book was because Jay was using traps to catch the monkeys. Jay used a snap trap to catch the monkeys. He covered the trap in leaves, so the monkeys could not see the trap. I think that that was a good idea. If I were Jay, I would have done the same thing. Jay also used a net to catch the monkeys. The net had an open and close pin. When Jay used the net he caught two monkeys. The net was a good idea. The net sounded easy to use. Trapping the monkeys was not the only way to catch the
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