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Abel's Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - 3 and 4 Summary

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3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3

Abel sleeps for 14 hours. He wakes up startled, forgetting where he is. It is mid-afternoon and the weather is beautiful. He lies on the upper branch of a tree, which was submerged in the river the day before. The river returns to a normal level. The tree is in the middle of the river, so Abel is on an island. When the water level falls more, he can go down the tree. He wishes Amanda was with him. He screams hello, but no one responds. His usually prim and proper clothes are a mess. He believes others will worry about him, but how will they begin to find him? When Abel returns home, he will have a story to tell. Out of hunger, he nibbles on a cherry birch twig and then on a green chute. He believes he has the bravery, intelligence and strength to...

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