Objects & Places from Pax

Sara Pennypacker
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Plastic Toy Soldier

This object symbolizes the friendship between Pax and Peter, but is used to abandon Pax. This object is also is a symbol of Peter’s father.

Gold Bracelet

This object belonged to Peter’s mother and has a phoenix charm that represents how people can rebuild after tragedy.

The Coyote

This is something that Peter could not protect a rabbit from, and what it did upsets Peter’s mother more than the destruction of her flowers.


When Pax finds these objects in the woods, he remembers how he and Peter would play with them.


These are a threat to Pax, other creatures, and humans. Pax can smell that these objects are dangerous and he attempts to chew through them.

Peanut Butter

A reminder of happy times to Pax, this was Pax's favorite treat he enjoyed when living with Peter and his father.

“The Seven Voyages of Sinbad”

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